South Carolina DOT Crews Monitoring I-95 Status During Hurricane Dorian

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The South Carolina Department of Transportation is preparing for impacts of Hurricane Dorian. Crews are monitoring traffic control assets on the reversed lanes of I-26 and are operating on I-95 and I-26 to aid in evacuations. Wrecker crews are staged along these routes to expedite the clearing of any traffic incidents. US 17 near the Georgia state line has been closed in Jasper County due to the closure of the Talmadge Bridge in Georgia.

Motorist Assistance Crews (SHEP) units are monitoring evacuation routes and Interstate 95 in the Myrtle Beach/Florence operational area. Construction personnel in Georgetown and Horry are working in their respective Emergency Operation Centers, and other construction personnel in those counties are reviewing routes and areas preparing for post storm damage assessments. Maintenance crews in Georgetown are addressing known drainage problem areas. All units in District 5 have implemented the 24-hour staffing plan.


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