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The county ranks the condition of its asphalt roadway network on a scale of 0-100, with 100 being a roadway in new condition. The current average condition of all the county’s asphalt roadways is approximately 57.5.
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The reimposition of the 1% capital project sales tax for road and transportation-related projects throughout the county selected by the capital project sales tax commission.
The current capital project sales tax for the courthouse and city/county projects ends on April 30, 2024.
If passed, the proposed capital project sales tax would take effect on May, 1, 2024 and last for a period of 6 years ending on April 30, 2030.
South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs has estimated that the proposed capital project sales tax would generate approximately $478 million over the 6-year period.
It is estimated that at least 30% of the revenues will be collected from consumers that are not residents of Spartanburg County.
Road and transportation-related projects only. A complete list of projects can be found here. To see a map of the proposed projects, click here.
The proposed projects have the highest traffic volume and poorest condition of all roads in the county that are not scheduled be addressed by SCDOT in the next six years (unless the capital project sales tax passes). The county currently lacks other resources to address them.
Yes. They are restricted by law to the list available at the link above.
November 7, 2023