Check on the latest developments on SCDOT construction projects with our Active Projects application. Information in Active Projects is updated regularly, and you can also contact the program manager for each project. Some of our projects also have their own web site with additional information.
STIP Report The STIP covers all federally funded improvements for which funding has been approved and are expected to be undertaken during the upcoming six-year period. How do we pick Projects?View the Frequently Asked Questions for Transportation Planning in South Carolina.
Active Projects It is the goal of the South Carolina Department of Transportation to keep you informed of the latest developments on current projects. The Active Projects application contains information on our projects that do not have their own web sites.
Carolina Crossroads Located in the heart of South Carolina, the Carolina Crossroads I-20/26/126 Project is the number one interstate priority for South Carolina. I-26 Widening - MM 85 to MM 101 Widening Highway I-26 from approximately 1.6 miles west of the SC 202 (Exit 85) interchange to approximately 0.4 miles west of the US 176 (Exit 101) interchange. Columbia Corridor The Columbia Corridor Management Plan consist of corridor analysis of the of the interstate and freeway network around the Columbia Metropolitan Area as shown on the Study Area Map.
I-526 Lowcountry Corridor In cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), SCDOT will focus on a critical piece of the I-526 Corridor, extending from Rivers Avenue to Paul Cantrell Boulevard. Mark Clark Expressway The proposed project has been under careful consideration since the publication of the DEIS and the public hearings. Port Access Road When completed, the SC Port Access Road will connect Interstate 26 to the South Carolina Ports Authority's Hugh K. Leatherman Sr. Terminal.
I-85/I-385 Gateway SCDOT, and its contractor Flatiron-Zachry, have begun construction activities on the 85/385 Gateway Project. I-85 Corridor Management Plan The Corridor Management Plan of Interstate I-85 in Anderson, Greenville and Spartanburg Counties will consider two segments of Interstate I-85 totaling approximately 23 miles.