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Dorchester road project named finalist for national transportation award

A Dorchester County road project is one 12 transpotation projects named a finalist for the 2021 America’s Transportation Awards competition. The South Carolina Department of Transportation’s SC 61 Rural Road Safety Project - Phase One was one of 80 nationwide transportation projects considered for the award, according to the ATA website. The project improved safety to a 6.5 mile corridor along historic SC 61, according to an SCDOT press release. The roadway is a National Scenic Byway home to Middleton Place P...

A Dorchester County road project is one 12 transpotation projects named a finalist for the 2021 America’s Transportation Awards competition.

The South Carolina Department of Transportation’s SC 61 Rural Road Safety Project - Phase One was one of 80 nationwide transportation projects considered for the award, according to the ATA website.

The project improved safety to a 6.5 mile corridor along historic SC 61, according to an SCDOT press release.

The roadway is a National Scenic Byway home to Middleton Place Plantation, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens and Drayton Hall. However, as the area’s population has grown in recent years, it became a target of SCDOT’s Rural Road Safety Program following a singificant increase in crash, injury and fatality rates, the release says. In 2019, SCDOT engineers developed a safety improvement plan for a section along the highway, with help from public comments.

The project saw a new roadbed and pavement, wider lanes with a three-foot paved shoulder, center and outside edge rumble strips and more signage and paint markings to increase visibility along the stretch, the release says. During the project, engineers preserved the historic live oak trees that make a canopy over the highway.

“SC 61 - Phase 1 was an exceptional project designed by a team that listened to the concerns of the public,” Secretary of Transportation Christy Hall said in SCDOT’s release. “The goals of providing a much safer roadway for motorists, while preserving the beauty of this historic Lowcountry landscape were both achieved. I’d like to express my gratitude to our design team and the community members who helped tailor this work that resulted in an award-winning project.”

As a finalist for the America’s Transporation Awards, the project could win the Grand Prize — which is determined by a panel of independent judges and experts throughout the transporation industry — or the People’s Choice Awards, which the public can vote for online at www.AmericasTransportationAwards.org, according to the release. Winners of both awards will win a $10,000 cash prize that can be donated to a charity or transporation-related scholarship fund.

The People’s Choice Award will be selected via online voting through Oct. 25.

America’s Transportation Awards competition is sponsored by the American Association of Transportation and Highway Officials, the American Automobile Association and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

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