New Gas Tax Dollars
When it comes to the new revenues from Act 40, all balance sheets, project lists and payouts from the Infrastructure Maintenance Trust Fund (IMTF) are available online through the SCDOT’s website and are updated monthly. Learn more about the trust fund here.
Projects Going on Near You
The SCDOT has an interactive map which highlights projects going on across the state. The map can be viewed here.
Find Out Who is Responsible for Maintaining Your Road/Street
The SCDOT provides the public the ability to determine who owns a road and is responsible for maintaining it. Please visit their website and simply input your address to see who is responsible for maintaining your road. Click here to visit the website.
Report a Pothole
All reports can be made directly to the SC Department of Transportation. Work requests can be made online through the SCDOT’s website. Click here to visit the page.
Report Vehicle Damage
Vehicle damage claims can be filed online the SC Department of Transportation’s website. Click here to visit the page.
Find Your Legislators
Find out who represents you at the federal and state levels. Click here to visit the page.
Summaries & Research
The increased transportation funding provided by the South Carolina legislature’s passage of the 2017 Roads Bill (Act 40) has allowed South Carolina to move forward with numerous projects to improve safety and accelerate road and bridge repairs. But the state still faces challenges maintaining its aging system and reliably accommodating growing passenger and freight traffic to serve the needs of the state’s growing economy.
This report examines the condition, use, safety and efficiency of South Carolina’s surface transportation system, the impact of Act 40, the importance of reauthorization of the federal surface transportation program and the challenges South Carolina faces to accommodate future transportation growth and sustain adequate funding.
Restoring and upgrading the Interstate Highway System to meet the nation’s 21st Century transportation needs will require strong federal leadership and a robust federal-state partnership to reestablish the Interstate Highway System as the nation’s premier transportation network.
This report ranks South Carolina #1 in rural road fatalities. The report finds that the rate of traffic fatalities on South Carolina’s non-Interstate, rural roads is significantly higher than the fatality rate on all other roads in the state – 3.44 fatalities per 100 million vehicle miles of travel vs. 1.12 – and is the highest in the nation.
Act 40 of 2017 – SCFOR Summary (Rev/2020)
A one-page summary of Act 40 as passed by the General Assembly in 2017. The law increased vehicle-related fees to help fund long overdue repairs to the state system. The bill also included DOT reforms and tax relief for individuals and businesses.