SCDOT has released an update on the roads and bridges re-opening after last month’s historic flooding in South Carolina.
The good news, the state is currently ahead of schedule.
There were 541 roads and bridges closed during the peak of the flooding and that number is now down to 70.
There are currently 44 roads and 26 bridges still closed throughout the state.
All roads and bridges are open in Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester and Georgetown Counties.
There are two roads closed in Orangeburg County and three roads closed in Williamsburg County.
Get the full report here.