COLUMBIA, S.C. (WSPA)- The South Carolina Department of Transportation has announced that they plan to repave 90 miles of South Carolina Interstate Highways.

Officials said that these projects include resurfacing major freight and transit arteries for the region, including Interstates 20, 26, 95, 385, and 526.

“We recognize the importance of maintaining critical interstate infrastructure to keep goods and
people moving through our state and the region,” said Secretary of Transportation Christy A.
Hall, P.E. “In addition to construction and widening projects underway on almost every interstate
in South Carolina, we are also hard at work repairing and maintaining our existing infrastructure.
Today’s announcement shows our continued commitment to our Strategic 10-Year Plan and to
delivering on the promises we made to the people of South Carolina.”

With the addition of these projects, SCDOT now has about 200 miles of interstate
resurfacing projects underway since 2020.

In the Upstate, the SCDOT awarded contracts to repave a portion of I-26 in northern Spartanburg County from Inman to the state line and a stretch of I-385 from Mauldin through Fountain Inn.

For more information on the Strategic 10-Year Plan and other SCDOT programs and projects, click here.