GREENVILLE, S.C. – Drivers should expect detours tonight as part of the 85-385 Gateway Project that will last until early morning Tuesday.
Traffic along Interstate 85 North that is trying to get to Interstate 385 at Exit 51 will use the Woodruff Road ramp instead. From there, they will take a right hand turn and follow the signage to I-385.
In addition, vehicles traveling west on Woodruff Road will not be able to take the ramp to I- 85 northbound. Instead, they will follow the signage to continue on Woodruff Road to Roper Mountain Road. They will make a right on Roper Mountain and get onto I-385 South, which in turn will take them to I-85 North. Traffic going east on Woodruff Road wanting to get to I-85 North will need to follow the signage to I-385 North and take Exit 36-A towards Spartanburg.
About the 85-385 Gateway Project:
The 85-385 Gateway Interchange Improvement Project will provide an economic boost to the Upstate, improve safety for the traveling public, and increase the capacity of this Interchange to function more efficiently for many years to come. At $231 million, it is the second largest transportation project in South Carolina History. Learn more at www.85385gateway.com.