SCDOT begins resurfacing work on SC interstate highways
SC Department of Transportation (SCDOT) officials have started resurfacing approximately 90 miles of the SC's interstate highways.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO)— SC Department of Transportation (SCDOT) officials have started resurfacing approximately 90 miles of SC’s interstate highways.
Part of the projects involves resurfacing on major freight and transit areas including interstate highways 20, 26, 95, 385, and 526.
In a press release, Secretary of Transportation Christy A. Hall, P.E. says, “We recognize the importance of maintaining critical interstate infrastructure to keep goods and people moving through our state and the region. In addition to construction and widening projects underway on almost every interstate in South Carolina, we are also hard at work repairing and maintaining our existing infrastructure.
Today’s announcement shows our continued commitment to our Strategic 10-Year Plan and to delivering on the promises we made to the people of South Carolina.”
SCDOT now has almost 200 miles of interstate resurfacing projects underway since 2020.
For more information on the Strategic 10-Year Plan and other SCDOT programs and projects visit https://www.scdot.org.