Frequently Asked Questions

The I-26-SC27 project extends along Interstate 26 between mile marker 194 and Exit 187 at SC 27. The project study area includes the current SCDOT right of way along I-26 in this 7-mile section and along SC 27 for 1 mile north and south of I-26. Project Study Area Map View Larger
I-26 Exit 194 at Jedburg/ S-8-16 is on schedule to be improved starting in 2019. For more project tinformation, visit the Jedburg Road/I-26 Interchange project.
This project is considering one mile along SC 27 in each direction from I-26. Details for the plans in this section around the interchange will be explored through this study and the public input received through the two public meetings and community meetings. If you are a resident, minister, or business owner along this section of roadway and are interested in having a meeting with the project team, please contact us to get more information or schedule a meeting. Widening and improvements along SC 27 in Berkeley County is being managed by Berkeley County. For more information on the Berkeley County widening of SC 27 please visit the Berkeley County website. Widening and improvements along SC 27 in Dorchester County is being managed by Dorchester County. More information on the widening of SC 27 in Dorchester County you can visit the Dorchester County website.
Right-of-way (ROW) acquisition is not anticipated to begin until 2020. At that time, should ROW be required, SCDOT will work with affected property owners based on third-party property valuations and according to the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970. In extraordinary cases or emergency situations, SCDOT may request and the FHWA may authorize the acquisition of a particular property or a limited number of properties within the proposed highway corridor prior to completion of processing the Final EIS (FEIS) and Record of Decision (ROD). These requests will be handled on a case-by-case basis. If your property is impacted by this project please visit our ROW website and review the Highways and You booklet.

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