SCDOT requests public comment on the 2021-2027 statewide Improvement Program to include the 2024-2025 Pavement Improvement Program

May 20, 2024

The South Carolina Department of Transportation seeks public comment on the action to amend the 2024-2025 Pavement Improvement Program. SCDOT will receive public comment for a 21-day period from May 16, 2024 through June 6, 2024.

In accordance with Act 114 of 2007, these projects, located on major roads, farm to market secondary roads, and neighborhood streets, were selected for funding utilizing ranking processes that are based on objective and quantifiable factors. They also comply with the Ten-Year Plan, support the performance targets established in the Transportation Asset Management Plan, and utilize a county-by-county distribution of paving funds in order to ensure that every county of the state is guaranteed paving funds.

The additional 727+ miles of paving projects contained in the 2024-2025 Pavement Improvement Program will be added to the previously approved 7,047+ miles of paving projects advanced since the implementation of Act 40 of 2017 and incorporated into the “New Gas Tax Trust Fund” transparency and accountability reports. More information is available on our website.

To assist those who do not have internet access, a printed copy of this press release and any supporting information is available for public review and comment at any of the South Carolina Department of Transportation District Offices and the South Carolina Carolina Council of Government Offices.



The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) is the state agency with oversight of South Carolina’s network of highways and bridges, including responsibilities such as planning, design, construction, financing, and roadway safety. To ensure the nation’s fourth-largest highway system is prepared to serve the needs of South Carolina’s growing economy and population, SCDOT has developed a Strategic 10-Year Plan that addresses improvements to the state’s highway and bridge systems. Learn more at