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Traffic Alert - I-526 ramp in Mt Pleasant and Bees Ferry Road closings

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An I-526 ramp in Mount Pleasant will be closed Monday night

The ramp from U.S. 17 onto I-526 west at Hungryneck Boulevard will be closed from 9 p.m. Monday until 6 a.m. Tuesday, according to Gulfstream Construction, which is working to improve the interchange.

U.S. 17 traffic wanting to get onto I-526 west will be detoured over Mathis Ferry Road to the Long Point Road interchange.

If bad weather does not allow the work Monday night, the closure will be rescheduled.

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Traffic Alert: Bees Ferry Nighttime Lane Closures and Shifts April 8-12

Charleston County Government announces lane closures and lane shifts for the Bees Ferry Road Widening Project in West Ashley.

  1. In order for workers to perform asphalt work, nighttime construction will occur between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. on Bees Ferry Road between Main Road and Glenn McConnell Parkway as follows:
  2. Lane closures April 8-12
  3. Lane shifts April 9-12
  4. Workers will be present to direct traffic through the closures, and traffic control devices and pavement markings will be present to guide drivers through the shifts.
  5. All road work is dependent on weather. If the weather is poor during April 8-12, work will continue on the next weather-permitting night.


Drivers traveling through the project's construction zone are asked to be aware of equipment and crews working in the area at all times. The public is also asked to notice traffic control signs, reductions in speed limit and message board information.

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