SCDOT Notification of Corridor Improvements in Greenville County.pdf
SCDOT Notification of A STIP Modification to A Bridge in Greenville County 042519.pdf
SCDOT's Notification of A STIP Modification to A Bridge in Aiken County 042519.pdf
SCDOT's Notification of A Statewide Safety Initiative 042519.pdf
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) will hold a ceremony Monday, April 29, 2019, to honor the men and women who gave their lives in service to SCDOT and the state of South Carolina.
The SCDOT Workers Memorial Day ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. in front of SCDOT Headquarters, 955 Park St., Columbia. This is the location of the SCDOT Workers Memorial, which was unveiled in 2018.
The Memorial honors SCDOT employees, dating back to the 1920s, killed while working on the highways as well as those who died on the job from natural causes.
Scheduled speakers include Secretary of Transportation Christy A. Hall, SCDOT Commission Chairman Robert D. "Robby" Robbins of the 1st Congressional District, and SCDOT Deputy Secretary for Engineering Leland Colvin.
Families of fallen SCDOT workers have been invited to attend the ceremony.
PROPOSED SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AT THE INTERSECTION OF SC 9 (HWY 9 W) AND SC 410 (GREEN SEA RD) in Horry County
Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 from 5-7 PM
at Green Sea Floyds Elementary School
5000 Tulip Grove Rd, Green Sea SC, 29545
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has scheduled a public information meeting, Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Green Sea Floyds Elementary School, 5000 Tulip Grove Rd, Green Sea SC, 29545. The meeting will have a drop in format with displays for viewing, informational handouts, and comment forms.
The purpose of the meeting is to provide an opportunity to review and discuss individually with representatives from SCDOT the proposed safety improvements at the intersection of SC 9 (Hwy 9 W) and SC 410 (Green Sea Rd). Another purpose of the meeting is to gather information from the public or any interested organization on historic or cultural resources in the area.
The purpose of this project is to improve the safety of this corridor to help reduce the frequency and severity of crashes occurring at this location. This location was selected for improvement through the Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP). The HSIP uses a data-driven strategic approach to identify locations throughout the state with high crash rates or patterns and implements safety enhancements through infrastructure-related improvements. The HSIP project selection requires an engineering study that includes an analysis of the crash data, an assessment of field conditions, and an evaluation of the effectiveness of all potential countermeasures to ensure maximum safety benefit is obtained for the amount of funds invested.
Additional information concerning the project may be obtained by contacting SCDOT Project Manager Brett McCutchan at 803.737.1564. Project information will also be available on the project website: http://arcg.is/1b0Ge0 or on the SCDOT website: www.scdot.org; Public Involvement - Current Projects. Persons with disabilities who may require special accommodations should contact Betty Gray at 803.737.1395.
Audit Committee Meeting Agenda
April 22, 2019
SCDOT Headquarters, Room 306
Commission Meeting Agenda
Thursday, April 18, 2019
SCDOT 5th Floor Auditorium
I. Call to Order Chairman Robby Robbins
II. Roll Call Chairman Robby Robbins
III. Approval of April 18, 2019, Agenda (Action Required) Chairman Robby Robbins
IV. Prayer Commissioner Tony Cox
V. Pledge of Allegiance Commissioner Gene Branham
VI. Approval of February 21, 2019, Commission Meeting Minutes and Actions (Action Required) Chairman Robby Robbins
VII. Public Comment Chairman Robby Robbins
VIII. Legislative Update (No Action Required) Legislative Liaison Allen Hutto
IX. Recommendations for Review: Director of Planning Brent Rewis
X. For Information Only (No Action Required) Acting Deputy Secretary for Finance
and Administration Kace Smith
XI. Financial Update (No Action Required) Director of Budgets and Financial Planning Scott Ludlam
XII. Old Business Chairman Robby Robbins
XIII. Secretary of Transportation Comments Secretary Christy Hall
XIV. Commissioner Comments Commissioners
XV. Adjourn (Action Required) Chairman Robby Robbins
A portion of SC 901 (Mtn. Gap Rd.) was closed to through traffic on Monday April 8, 2019 after structural issues were found on the bridge over Rocky Creek. A repair plan is being developed but an estimated date to reopen the bridge to traffic has not yet been determined.
DETOUR ROUTE: Beginning at intersection of SC 901 and SC 97 (Great Falls Hwy.), take SC 97 westerly for 1.69 miles to I-77. Take I-77 North for 9.43 miles to Exit 65. Take SC 9 (Lancaster Hwy.) easterly for 1.92 miles to the intersection of SC 901.
Questions? Please call Perry Crocker, SCDOT District 4 Engineering Office at (803) 377-4155.
SCDOT Lexington Maintenance has closed a portion of Neely Wingard Road between US 178 and Pond Branch Road in Gilbert due to high water elevation under the bridge that crosses Bouknight Pond. High water elevation has been caused due to the recent rains and overnight beaver activity under the bridge. As a result, immediate repairs are required to the roadway. A detour route has been installed guiding motorists to use Calks Ferry Road and Pond Branch Road. SCDOT is anticipating Neely Wingard Road will be reopened by Friday, April 12. SCDOT is aware of the inconvenience this will cause to the local traffic and appreciates the traveling public's patience while repairs are underway.