The tentative timeline for the South Carolina Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan - Charting a Course to 2040 project and the various plans associated with it.
- Public/Partner Participation — Ongoing
- 16 Modal Stakeholder (meetings, calls or webinars)
- Monthly Updates via Website
- Launch Project Website — September 2012 (complete)
- Vision, Goals and Objectives — July 2013 (complete)
- Existing Conditions — April 2013 (complete)
- Performance Measures — July 2013 (complete)
- Modal Needs — December 2013 (complete)
- Revenue Projections — November 2013 (complete)
- Modal Scenarios — January 2014 (complete)
- Draft Modal Plans — March 2014 (complete)
- 7 Public Meetings — September 2014
- Draft Final Modal Plans — Summer 2014
- Rail Plan — March 2014 (complete)
- Transit Plan — March 2014 (complete)
- Freight Plan — June 2014 (complete)
- Interstate Plan — June 2014 (complete)
- Corridor Plan — August 2014
- Final Statewide Multimodal Plan — Fall 2014
- Statewide Travel Demand Model, including Economic Analysis Tool — Fall 2014
- Statewide Human Services Coordination Model Evaluation — Fall 2014
Quotes from our stakeholders
"This will be a new and integrated plan for transportation in South Carolina with an emphasis on commerce and safety. The plan will help us manage the transportation system we have and help us decide how to spend scarce resources to improve the system."
Secretary Bobby Hitt - South Carolina Department of Commerce
"Ship sizes are increasing, and increasing exports are helping to create a balance with imports at the port. While these trends are good for South Carolina, they put pressure on the transportation infrastructure, and this study will help us address that pressure."
Jack Ellenberg - Vice President, South Carolina State Ports Authority
"This is the first time I have seen this level of cooperation at the state agency level. FHWA looks forward to working with you in this partnership to document the performance of the transportation system, to focus on freight efficiency, and to take advantage of the funding flexibility contained in recent federal programs."
Bob Lee - South Carolina Division Administrator, Federal Highway Administration