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Work will be done by Rogers Group in contract with the Spartanburg County Roads and Bridges Department. The current project was bid at $21 million. It will begin in June of 2022 and is expected to be completed by December of 2023.
There will be some inconvenience, but it’s worth it!
Spartanburg County Road Improvements Program can include the following processes:
Processes vary per neighborhood and per road.
Kist Road - Reclamation on Kist Road is scheduled for October 10th through the 22nd. Milling and pavement preparation work is scheduled for October 24th through approximately November 4th. The first lift of asphalt will be paved and shoulder and ditching work should begin on November 5th, continuing through November 19th. The final lift of asphalt will follow along with restoration and should be completed by December 1st.
Clark Road - Reclamation work on Clark Road is scheduled to begin on October 14th and will continue through the end of the month. Milling and pavement preparation work will follow immediately. The goal is to complete work on Clark to Bishop Road, or potentially to the I-26 overpass, this year. The Pavement Resurfacing work will begin again in March of 2023.
Additional road announcements to follow in the Fall of 2022.
-To more safely allow vehicles passing in each direction, there is planned widening for most through roads, from a typical 18’ (2 each 9’ wide lanes) to 20’-24’ (10’ to 12’ wide lanes).
-Did you know that most existing roads started as “farm-to-market” roads? They were used to bring produce or other goods into the cities.
-These early “farm-to-market” roads were originally just made of dirt. Shoulders were a luxury and drainage pipe culverts were few and far between.
-There are many of the “farm-to-market" roads that are still only 15’ wide!
If you have any questions, please contact our Pavement Program Manager Sherry Wright at [email protected].
This webpage will be updated frequently. Check back quarterly for more information.