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October 28
USDOT Awards Corridor Study Grant for the Charlotte to Atlanta Corridor Investment Plan
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has been notified by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) at the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) that $4.1 million has been awarded to the Atlanta to Charlotte High Speed Rail Corridor for planning studies. The grant is part of $2.4 billion shared by 54 High Speed Rail Projects across the country.
October 26
South Carolina Scenic Highways Committee has Successful Year
The South Carolina Scenic Highways Committee has been busy behind the scenes but its work is paying off in ways that make the Palmetto State more attractive to visitors and residents alike.
October 26
SCDOT to Host the 2012 Conference for Southeastern Transportation Officials in Charleston
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has announced that the Southeastern Association of Highway Transportation Officials (SASHTO) annual conference will be held in the city of Charleston in August of 2012. SASHTO is a transportation organization consisting of state Departments of Transportation in 13 southeastern states and Puerto Rico. The purpose of SASHTO is to exchange ideas and maintain a balanced transportation system within the southeastern United States.
October 25
SCDOT Seeks Public Comment

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) is seeking comment from the public on projects identified for the 2011 Federal Match Program, which provides federal funding on a statewide competitive basis for shovel-ready projects.  These projects have been submitted for consideration by local governments and determined eligible based on program requirements.

October 21
Public Meeting Oct. 28 in Greenville County Concerning SC 101/S-23-0113 (Fews Bridge/Chapel Road) Improvement Project

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has scheduled a public information meeting Thursday, October 28, concerning the SC 101/ Fews Bridge/Chapel Road intersection improvement project.

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