Major I-95 Widening Project in South Carolina to Begin in Late 2024

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Beginning in late 2024, the South Carolina Department of Transportation will begin a major construction project to widen I-95 from two lanes to three lanes, northbound and southbound from the Florida/Georgia state line north through Jasper County. The project is scheduled to be completed by 2032.

The purpose of the project is to improve capacity, mobility, and operations along the 10-mile corridor of I-95 from one mile into Georgia at the Savannah River to approximately mile marker 9 (just north of US 278) and to address operational deficiencies for interchanges and bridges within the corridor.

The project limits include 14 bridges, two existing interchanges (Exits 5 and 8), and a new proposed interchange at Exit 3 that is being completed as a separate project by the Town of Hardeeville.

Additionally, the Town of Hardeeville is planning a new interchange at Purrysburg Road (mile marker 3) to support local commercial, industrial, distribution, and residential developments. The I-95 Widening Project will be designed to accommodate any additional growth as a result of this new interchange and the surrounding developments.

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