Who decides which roads will be improved?

A State Law requires the appointment of a County Transportation Committee. This committee reviews priorities recommended by the County Department of Public Works and the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) Maintenance Engineer. The priorities will include county, municipal, and state roads, and will also include paving, rocking, and resurfacing projects.

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1. Who decides which roads will be improved?
2. How can I get my road considered to be improved?
3. Why must a petition be used?
4. When can petitions be submitted?
5. Who can request that a road be improved?
6. What are the steps involved?
7. Are there restrictions on the types of roads that can be considered for "C" Funds?
8. Once a road is scheduled to be improved, how long does it take?
9. Why does it take so long to get a road improved and why isn't my road on the list?
10. Whom should I call about the "C" Fund program to get answers to my questions?