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MONCKS CORNER, S.C.– (Tuesday, May 5, 2020) —  The Old Mt. Holly Road right turn-lane project wrapped up on April 29; however, after receiving community feedback, Berkeley County leaders assessed the project and felt there was need for new striping to add additional storage to the left turn lane on Old Mt. Holly Road.

Now, in total, the left turn lane increased storage from 70 feet to 200 feet (see map attached).

Incremental change can have a profound impact on everyday life. This project is a testament to that and showcases the County’s effort to improve quality of life and make improvements wherever possible.

Berkeley County Councilman Josh Whitley

The project is part of the Henry Brown Boulevard Phase II project, which consists of widening Henry Brown Boulevard from Liberty Hall Road to Highway 52.

The project is funded by the County’s One-Cent Sales Tax Program. Seamon Whiteside Inc. handled the design and engineering for the turn-lane project; Infrastructure Consulting and Engineering (ICE) assisted the County with project management and inspection.


– Prepared by the Berkeley County Public Information Office –

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