Completed in 2018
Sidewalk West 2nd North Street
Completed in 2017
Bacons Bridge Road
SCDOT roads resurfaced include Wassamassaw Road - Robynwyn, Country Club Boulevard and Country Club Road - Miler Country Club, Tea Farm Road - Tea Farm, Graham Lane - Downtown
Upgraded 14 traffic signals on North Main Street
The Town of Summerville partnered with the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to upgrade traffic signals at fourteen (14) intersections on US-17A from Richardson Avenue to Beauregard Road on the north side of I-26.
The signals were upgraded to an adaptive signal system that utilizes software that communicates with other signals in the US-17A corridor and adapt the timing of signals based on traffic volumes.
The system gives priority to traffic with higher volumes, but does not require motorists to wait at intersections with no cross traffic. This upgraded system allows the most efficient flow of traffic along US-17A and its signalized intersecting streets.
The total cost for all the improvements is $450,000. The costs were shared by the Town of Summerville, SCDOT, Berkeley County Transportation Committee (CTC) and Dorchester CTC.
In an effort to make Summerville more pedestrian friendly new sidewalks has been installed on Wassamassaw Road, Parkwood Drive from Golf Road. to Simmons Avenue and on Gum St. from E. Richardson Ave. to Gahagan Rd. A pedestrian bridge (pictured below) has also been installed on Gum St. to allow for continual sidewalk access over the Sawmill Branch Canal.
Roads Repaired and/or Converted from Concrete to Asphalt in 2014
Coldstream Court, Buremba Run, Baltusrol Court and Crooked Stick Court - Pine Forest
Factors Walk and Black Oak Blvd. - Gahagan
Midland Parkway - SCDOT maintained road
Roads Resurfaced in 2015
Bluebell Avenue, Violet Drive and Lilac Drive - Robynwyn
Old Trolley Road - SCDOT maintained road
West Carolina Avenue, Briarwood Lane and Willis Lane - Downtown