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  • Fixing Your Roads: Politics Driving Projects

    The traffic on Pamplico Highway was so light on a Tuesday in August that two conservation activists could lie down in the middle of the two-lane highway during rush hour for about a minute before a vehicle appeared, yet the State of South Carolina will pay $340 million to transform it into a five lane highway. This is the first part of a series on South Carolina's crumbling roads. Video by Matt Walsh/ The State media Co.

The traffic on Pamplico Highway was so light on a Tuesday in August that two conservation activists could lie down in the middle of the two-lane highway during rush hour for about a minute before a vehicle appeared, yet the State of South Carolina will pay $340 million to transform it into a five lane highway. This is the first part of a series on South Carolina's crumbling roads. Video by Matt Walsh/ The State media Co.
The traffic on Pamplico Highway was so light on a Tuesday in August that two conservation activists could lie down in the middle of the two-lane highway during rush hour for about a minute before a vehicle appeared, yet the State of South Carolina will pay $340 million to transform it into a five lane highway. This is the first part of a series on South Carolina's crumbling roads. Video by Matt Walsh/ The State media Co.
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$144 million Florence road example of cronyism, critics say

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