Improvements = Safer operations along existing truck routes
This project was developed to improve three segments of designated truck routes within the City of Camden in order to improve the truck operations and safety along the existing designated truck routes with a cumulative total length of 4.7 miles as follows:
S-897 / Ehrenclou Drive and S-45 / Chestnut Ferry Road: The project began on Chestnut Ferry Road at the intersection with Jefferson Davis Hwy/US 601/SR 34/U and continued along Chestnut Ferry Road to the intersection with Ehrenclou Drive, then followed this road to the intersection of US 521/Broad Street. Hussey Gay Bell designed the improvements for this segment, which were to widen the road to a three-lane curb and gutter section with paved medians and sidewalks. The improvements also included replacing an existing bridge over Bolton Creek located on Chestnut Ferry Road (S-28-45) near the intersection with S-28-147(Old River Road).
S-130 / Boykin Road from US 521 / US 601 / North Broad Street and Ends at the Intersection with Knights Hill Road: Hussey Gay Bell designed the improvements for this segment, which were to widen the road to a five-lane curb and gutter section with paved medians and sidewalks.
S-45 / York Street and S-79 / Mills Street: The project began on York Street at the intersection with US 521/Broad Street then proceeded east along York Street to the intersection of Mills Street. The project continued north along Mills Street and ended at the intersection of Jefferson Davis Hwy/US 601/SR 34/US 1. Hussey Gay Bell designed the improvements for this segment, which were to widen the road to a three-lane curb and gutter section with sidewalks.
Camden Truck Route Improvements Kershaw County, SC
Improvements to three segments of the existing truck routes for optimum truck operations and safety. Cumulative total length, 4.7 miles.