Thank you to all the staff that participated in the St. Johns High School Career Fair. I really appreciate their presence and their hard work to have beautiful displays and give-away items for the students. I hope one day some of these students will remember that they talked staff and was encouraged to come work for the County.
Charleston County to Hold Public Comment Meeting on the Central Park Road and Riverland Drive Intersection Improvements Project
Public meeting regarding intersection improvements to be held in County Council Chambers on March 13.
Charleston County Government will host a public meeting on March 13 to gather public comments and discuss the recommendations moving forward in the Central Park Road and Riverland Drive Intersection Improvements Project. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. in County Council Chambers located at 4045 Bridge View Drive in North Charleston.
In October, Charleston County Transportation Development held an open house to display three alternatives for the project. After reviewing a number of factors, including public comments, Charleston County Transportation Development staff has narrowed down the alternatives to move forward with the project. The March 13 public meeting will include a brief presentation with more details on alternative one and three before taking public comments. Alternative one includes adding a traffic light at the intersection of Riverland Drive and Central Park Road. Alternative three includes adding two roundabouts joined together with a grass median instead of a traffic light.
Located in the Town of James Island, the intersection of Central Park Road and Riverland Drive has been identified as a critical road improvement project.Charleston County, the City of Charleston, the Town of James Island, and the SCDOT are working together to improve the intersection. The County is following the federal National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process to study various improvement alternatives that would accommodate the anticipated increase in traffic volumes and ultimately ease traffic congestion and improve all modes of transportation at this busy intersection.
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The public can visit our website at https://roads.charlestoncounty.org/projects/james-island. The exhibits presented at the public meeting will be posted on the website as well as a public input form for those unable to attend the meeting.
Anyone with questions about the project can call Charleston County’s Transportation Development Department at (843) 202-6140.