SCDOT Requests Public Comment on the Proposed 2022 Road Safety Audit and Vulnerable Road User Safety Audit Projects

Columbia, S.C. (December 8, 2023) -- The South Carolina Department of Transportation seeks public comment on the action to amend the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program to include the proposed 2022 Road Safety Audit and Vulnerable User Safety Audit Project lists in Anderson, Charleston, Florence, Greenville, Horry and Richland Counties. View a list of proposed projects. SCDOT will receive public comment for a 21-day period from December 8, 2023 through December 29, 2023 .

The South Carolina Department of Transportation proposes these projects to reduce the frequency and severity of crashes along the identified corridors. These projects were selected and ranked as a part of the 2022 Road Safety Audit and Vulnerable User Safety Audit. The projects will be funded by the Highway Safety Improvement Plan.

To assist those who do not have internet access, a printed copy of this press release and any supporting information is available for public review and comment at any of the South Carolina Department of Transportation District Offices and the South Carolina Carolina Council of Government Offices

SCDOT has selected these projects in consideration of established priorities as required by federal laws or regulations and in accordance with the S.C. Code of Laws, Section 57-1-370 and the Agency's 10-Year Plan.