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The function of the South Carolina Department of Transportation is the systematic planning, construction, maintenance, and operation of the state highway system and the development of a statewide mass transit system that is consistent with the needs and desires of the public. The SCDOT also coordinates all state and federal programs relating to highways.

The first highway agency was a five member highway commission in 1917. The Highway Department was renamed the Department of Highways and Public Transportation in 1977, then the current name 1993 when the functions of the Department of Public Safety and the Department of Transportation were split.

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  • Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Accountability Report 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation (South Carolina State Library, 2017)
    Each year the South Carolina Department of Transportation produces an annual accountability report for the South Carolina General Assembly and the Budget and Control Board. Included is an executive summary, organizational ...
  • STATE SECONDARY “C” PROGRAM APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation (South Carolina State Library, 2013)
    The C Program is a long-established partnership between SCDOT and the forty-six counties to fund the improvements of state roads, county roads, city streets and other local transportation projects. These figures for fiscal ...
  • STATE SECONDARY “C” PROGRAM APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation (South Carolina State Library, 2012)
    The C Program is a long-established partnership between SCDOT and the forty-six counties to fund the improvements of state roads, county roads, city streets and other local transportation projects. These figures for fiscal ...
  • STATE SECONDARY “C” PROGRAM APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation (South Carolina State Library, 2011)
    The C Program is a long-established partnership between SCDOT and the forty-six counties to fund the improvements of state roads, county roads, city streets and other local transportation projects. These figures for fiscal ...
  • STATE SECONDARY “C” PROGRAM APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation (South Carolina State Library, 2010)
    The C Program is a long-established partnership between SCDOT and the forty-six counties to fund the improvements of state roads, county roads, city streets and other local transportation projects. These figures for fiscal ...
  • STATE SECONDARY “C” PROGRAM APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation (South Carolina State Library, 2009)
    The C Program is a long-established partnership between SCDOT and the forty-six counties to fund the improvements of state roads, county roads, city streets and other local transportation projects. These figures for fiscal ...
  • STATE SECONDARY “C” PROGRAM APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2007-2008 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation (South Carolina State Library, 2008)
    The C Program is a long-established partnership between SCDOT and the forty-six counties to fund the improvements of state roads, county roads, city streets and other local transportation projects. These figures for fiscal ...
  • Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation (South Carolina State Library, 2009-01)
    The ADA requires changes to the design and construction of some facilities in order to accommodate people with disabilities. This Transition Plan sets forth the steps necessary to complete physical and other modifications ...
  • Access and Roadside Management Standards 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation, Traffic Engineering Section (South Carolina State Library, 2008)
    These standards and guidelines have been developed to establish uniformity for encroachments upon roads in the South Carolina State Highway System so as to provide for the safe and efficient movement of traffic while ...
  • 27 in 7 : How South Carolina is building 27 years of road and bridge projects in just 7 years 

    South Carolina Department of Transportation, Office of Communications (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
    South Carolina is expanding its road system in ambitous fashion. In the Lowcountry and in the Upstate, Interstate widenings and interchange improvements help accommodate booming growth and economic development. And a new ...

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