Image by Flickr user lamazone Image by 20090223-road-work.jpg Coming to a highway near you.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation has decided how it will spend $200 million of the $463 million available to the agency.
Read more stories on this subject in our stimulus package topic page.Half of the money goes to highway resurfacing and repair, a quarter to Interstate maintenance, $37.5 million to bridges, and $12.5 million to safety improvements.
But, more specifically, the tri-country area will get nearly $7 million for road repairs, and stands to get repairs to I-26, pavement remarking on I-526, and a new bridge on Brickyard Road on Johns Island.
You can browse an overview of the projects in the embedded map bellow.
The agency is promising more specific project details "soon."
There's zoom controls in the top-right of the map widget.