October 30
SCDOT’s Friday, Oct. 30, Update on the Flooding Impacts in South Carolina

South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) Interim Secretary Christy A. Hall has issued her Friday, Oct. 30, update on the transportation system in South Carolina.

Secretary Hall's report has information including:

  • State road closures are down from a peak of 541 (Oct. 5) to 99 (Oct. 30), an 82 percent decrease.
  • Recovery efforts in the impacted areas continue to be staffed with additional personnel and extended hours of operation.
  • 22 highway/bridge contractors have been engaged to assist with 64 different "emergency/spot repairs" in 13 counties.
  • 31 debris collection trucks and trailers are operating.
  • Debris collected to date: approx. 941 loads (44,580 cubic yards)
  • SCDOT Call Center is operating 6 am—7 pm daily. There have been over 3.5 million visits to the SCDOT Road Conditions webpage during this event.
  • All Interstate highways are open.
  • 10 primary routes remain closed statewide.
  • The majority of the current closures are on the state's Secondary System.


A complete copy of the Secretary's Oct. 30 update can be found at this link:

Secretary Hall's report summarized several topics including the resources deployed by SCDOT in the state's recovery effort, the current condition of the state-maintained highway system including remaining closures, a review of other modes of transportation such as rail, aviation, marine and transit services and debris removal operations.