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SCDOT hold meeting to discuss the proposed intersection on Johns Island

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The proposed project is intended to improve safety and reduce travel delays through the intersection. The proposed project is intended to improve safety and reduce travel delays through the intersection.
JOHNS ISLAND, SC -

Tuesday afternoon SCDOT will hold a meeting at C.E. WIlliams Middle School to discuss a proposed US 17 (Savannah Highway) and S-20 (Main Road) intersection improvement on Johns Island.

US 17 Savannah Highway and S-20 Main Road Intersection Improvements

The meeting will be between 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at C.E. Williams Middle School cafeteria, at 640 Butte St., Charleston. The meeting will have a drop-in format with project displays available for viewing. Informal, written, and verbal comments will be collected during the meeting.

The intersection has a high rate of vehicular collisions and experiences congestion. The proposed project is intended to improve safety and reduce travel delays through the intersection.

The purpose of this meeting is to give attendees an opportunity to review and comment on the proposed concept plans. Attendees are encouraged to review the various displays at the meeting and discuss your questions or concerns with any of the SCDOT representatives. Attendees are also encouraged to provide written comments on the forms that will be provided.

Another purpose of the meeting will be to gather information from the public or any interested organization on historic or cultural resources in the area. Representatives of SCDOT will be available to answer questions.

For more information, the public may contact Safety Projects Engineer Keith Riddle at (803) 737-0403 in Columbia. Persons with disabilities who may require special accommodations should contact Lis Bleasdale, (803) 737-1395.

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