SC 246 Corridor Improvements Project


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SC 246 Corridor Improvements Project
Right of Way Information

The project team is developing design alternatives, and as a part of the NEPA process, the team will consider and analyze right of way impacts along with other environmental impacts. Using NEPA guidelines, the project team will select a proposed alternative and will further develop the proposed alternative into right of way plans. During the NEPA process, landowners and citizens will have several opportunities to view alternatives, obtain information, and provide comments. Once right-of-way plans are completed, which is expected to follow the schedule shown on the “Home” tab, an SCDOT representative will contact individual property owners regarding the acquisition and compensation process.

Community impacts such as right-of-way acquisition and property owner relocations are considered during completion of the Environmental/NEPA process. While minimal right-of-way acquisition is a goal, some right-of-way will need to be acquired by SCDOT to facilitate the project. All right-of-way will be acquired in conformance with the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, or the Uniform Act. SCDOT policies and procedures are outlined in SCDOT Highways and You brochure.

For additional information, please watch the video on the right about SCDOT’s right-of-way acquisition process.

Right-of-Way Process Video


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