South Carolina DOT Prepared for Possible Winter Weather

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With forecasts calling for possible winter weather and an expected increase in road travel during the upcoming holiday weekend, South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) employees are working to ensure motorists are as safe as possible when driving on our state’s roads and bridges.

SCDOT workers are out today pretreating roads and bridges to prevent the possible buildup of ice or snow. SCDOT is continually monitoring weather conditions, and workers in each county of South Carolina are prepared to follow a designated plan in case of winter weather.

Motorists are urged to use caution while driving, especially during increased holiday traffic. Motorists should avoid travel during winter weather events. Snow and ice can be hazardous. If travel is essential, motorists should use extreme caution, reduce speeds and stay clear of road crews performing clearing and de-icing operations. 

In case of emergency, motorists should call *47 for SCDOT State Highway Emergency Program (SHEP) assistance. 

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