A state’s quality of life and economic competitiveness can be directly linked to the condition, reliability, and efficiency of its transportation system. We depend on our interstates, rural roads, and bridges for a lot, and with this dependence comes expectations.
- Commuters expect to reach their destinations in a reasonable time frame.
- Consumers expect immediate access to goods, whether reaching for them on a store shelf or delivered to their doorstep.
- Companies located in South Carolina (or considering coming to SC) expect to move goods in a timely manner and easily access qualified workers.
Many factors play a role in meeting these expectations; however, the foundation begins with state and local governments having the necessary resources to maintain and improve infrastructure.
Join us for our annual meeting on November 2. We plan to have an open dialogue with SCDOT leadership, legislators, and local governments to connect the dots between infrastructure, investments, and ways to meet the demands and expectations of a growing population in a changing economy.
Sponsorship and registration is now open for SCFOR members. Questions? please contact Jennifer Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copy of 2023 Sponsors for Website by Jennifer
SCFOR hosts an annual meeting which serves as an educational and networking opportunity for our members, elected officials, and guests. This one-day event is held in the fall and brings together stakeholders to discuss transportation trends and policies. Check out highlights from prior events.
The SC Infrastructure Playbook: 2022 Annual Meeting
2022 was a winning year for South Carolina’s infrastructure and SCFOR’s welcomed over 130 attendees for an afternoon of education and networking. Check out our 2022 recap here.
SCFOR welcomed a crowd in 2021 for an afternoon of networking, education, and a conversation on the factors driving the future of South Carolina’s infrastructure. Check out our 2021 Annual Meeting recap here.