Rendering of proposed project

I-77 Panther Interchange Design-Build Project


In order to provide access to the adjacent proposed Carolina Panther development and surrounding area, the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) is constructing a new full access interstate interchange on I-77 near mile marker 81 in York County. This new interchange is approximately 1 mile south of US 21 Bypass/Cherry Rd (Exit 82) and 1.5 miles north of SC 122/Dave Lyle Blvd (Exit 79).

The proposed interchange will provide access from I-77 to a new location boulevard named One Carolina Drive that will provide a connection to Mt. Gallant Road to the west, Paragon Way / Cel River Road to the east, and Eden Terrace to the North.

Interchange and Site Layout

Interchange and Site Layout

Aerial view of existing Harbor River bridge
Aerial view of existing Harbor River bridge

Project location looking I-77 South

Rendering of proposed bridge

Project Location

Map of proposed area of construction Project Viewer

Project Milestones

  • January 2021 – Design-Build Contract Awarded
  • Fall 2021 – Final Design Completed
  • Fall 2021 – Begin Construction
  • Spring/Summer 2023 – Substantial Project Completion

Should you have any questions or need further information, please contact SCDOT Resident Construction Engineer Jared Bragg at (803) 324-3545 or at BraggJK@scdot.org.

Project Contacts

  • Jared Bragg, PE
  • SCDOT Resident Construction Engineer
  • 803-324-3545
  • Lead Contractor: United Infrastructure Group / Blythe Development Joint Venture
  • Lead Designer: KCI Technologies