Federal Highway Administration South Carolina Division office finding of no significant impact for proposed improvements to designated truck routes and Broad Street Kershaw County, South Carolina
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South Carolina Department of Transportation
SubjectTrucks--Routes--South Carolina--Camden--Planning; Environmental impact statements--South Carolina--Camden
The South Carolina Department of Transportation proposes to improve the existing designated US Highway 1 (US 1) and US Highway 521 (US 521) truck routes in Camden, Kershaw County, South Carolina. Improving the truck routes will reduce delays, improve safety and otherwise encourage trucks to use the routes instead of going through downtown Camden and allow the City of Camden to implement its proposed Broad Street Road Diet, which is intended to create a more pedestrian friendly environment on US 521 (Broad Street) from S-45 (York Street) to US 601/US 1/SC 34 (Dekalb Street). The purpose of the proposed project is to create a more pedestrian-friendly environment as well as reduce truck traffic on Broad Street between York Street and DeKalb Street in downtown Camden, SC. Expanded discussion regarding the project purpose and need is included in Section II of the approved Environmental Assessment.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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