We want to hear from you!
Please provide comments from November 8 through December 7, 2022
The purpose of this online meeting is to provide an opportunity for you to:
- review the proposed project design
- comment on the project
View the meeting materials here on the project webpage and review and/or comment on the proposed design. The official comment period is November 8, 2022 through December 7, 2022.
Documents available for download:
|Impact Category||Anticipated Impact|
|New Right-of-Way (acres)||3.5|
|Stream Impacts (linear feet)||350|
|Wetland/Open Water Impacts (acres)||1.0|
|Floodplain Impacts (acres)||minimal|
*These are estimated impacts based on preliminary design and are subject to change.
About the Project
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) proposes to replace the SC 133 (Crowe Creek Road) bridge over Crow Creek, located between Nine Times and Six Mile, approximately four miles southeast of Keowee Toxaway State Park, in Pickens County. This SC 133 bridge has been identified as structurally deficient and in need of replacement. The proposed replacement bridge would be on a new alignment, to the northeast of the existing bridge. This construction method would minimize impacts to the traveling public by not requiring a detour during construction. The project is part of SCDOT's Strategic 10-year Plan to greatly reduce the number of closed and load-restricted bridges in South Carolina.
Purpose and Need
The purpose of the proposed project is to eliminate the structural deficiencies of the existing SC 133 (Crowe Creek Road) bridge over Crow Creek.