Transportation Development can assist with your special event including school, science and construction career days, festivals and community affairs. Please feel free to send us your contact information via our speaker request form or contact us at 843-202-6140. We look forward to participating in your event.
Saturday, October 1, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m., 2016 Kohl’s Truck or Treat , at the North Charleston Coliseum.
Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 12 pm to 4 pm Town of Mount Pleasant Children’s Day Festival, at the Park West Recreation Complex.
Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Harvest Festival, at Mullet Hall Equestrian Center (Johns Island).
Saturday, February 11, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., 2017 Charleston STEM Festival. at Brittlebank Park.
Sunday, March 26, 2017 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Kids Fair, at Charleston Gaillard Center.
Pavement Preservation Journal
Transportation Sales Tax Program Brochure
This brochure provides a great snapshot of your Half-Cent Sales Tax Program at Work, Our History, Our Mission, and how to request a transportation project in your area. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you.
2016 First Day Festival
28th Annual KidsFair 2016 at Burke High School
Kohl's Trunk or Treat, and Children's Day Festival
We had a fun-filled weekend at the Kohl's Trunk-or-Treat event at the North Charleston Coliseum and the Mount Pleasant Children's Day Festival at Park West Complex. We enjoyed meeting you all! Thanks for coming out to see us.
Bees Ferry Road Completion Ceremony
The December 9th ceremony celebrated the completion of the Bees Ferry Road Widening Project. The goal of the project was to improve traffic flow and safety, while remaining sensitive to the needs of pedestrians, bicyclists and other roadway users. The $49.5 million dollar project was requested by the City of Charleston and funded by the Charleston County Government's Transportation Sales Tax Program. Charleston County's Transportation Development staff managed the project in close coordination with the City of Charleston and the S.C. Department of Transportation.
Pavement Preservation Program
Charleston County Transportation Development staff has, and continues to explore cost effective innovative paving technologies and techniques in order to sustain a viable roadway system while adhering to annual budget parameters. The focus of our endeavors continues to be developing a system strategy to maintain our roads more efficiently. In the spring of 2013, Charleston County worked with Wright Asphalt Products and local contractor, Truluck Construction to complete the first fog seal pilot project in Charleston County. The project was a big success in numerous ways as the treatment was the right treatment, on the right road, at the right time and provided a great learning opportunity for both Charleston County staff and our local contractor. Charleston County is always looking to expand the local construction industry, and by involving a local contractor in this project, we believed this would open the doors for future expansion. The video showcases our continued use of the fog seal; this time on Old Jacksonboro Road in Ravenel. Charleston County worked with Southeast Emulsions on this round of fog seal and we will continue to test other options to find out what seal works best for our community.
Harbor View Road Improvement Project
Harbor View Road is an Urban Minor Arterial on James Island that connects Folly Road with Fort Johnson Road, a distance of approximately 3.7 miles. The project proposes to improve Harbor View Road between North Shore Drive and Fort Johnson Road (2.1 miles) by providing a center two-way left-turn lane between North Shore Drive and Affirmation Boulevard, adding right turn lanes at major intersections, traffic signals at Fort Sumter Drive and Mikell Drive, a roundabout at the intersection with Fort Johnson Road, and adding pedestrian and bicycle facilities for the length of the project. The purpose of the project is to improve traffic flow and safety on Harbor View Road and to provide adequate bicycle and pedestrian facilities.
The scheduled completion of the project is expected in Sept. 2016.
Bees Ferry Road Widening
The project, which is expected to be completed December 5, 2014, will include improvements to the entire 4.5 mile length of Bees Ferry Road from Savannah Highway (U.S. 17) to Ashley River Road (S.C. 61). The project was requested by the City of Charleston and was funded by the Charleston County Transportation Sales Tax Program. Partial funding for the project was approved by voters in the second Transportation Sales Tax bond referendum.
Completed Bonded Projects