Charleston City Council will vote today on whether to ask the county to turn over the completion of Interstate 526 to the city.
Charleston Mayor Joe Riley said he is ready for the city to take over and complete the long-stalled Mark Clark Expressway across Johns and James islan
The completion of Interstate 526 across James and Johns islands appeared to be on life support, but Charleston Mayor Joe Riley has a plan to revive it
Another blow appears to be in store for the controversial completion of the Mark Clark Expressway across Johns and James islands.
COLUMBIA — The completion of Interstate 526 rapidly is becoming the pariah of road projects, and the state Department of Transportation on Wednesday s
Nearly three out of every four residents who responded to a survey on the completion of Interstate 526 across Johns and James islands said they suppor
The S.C. Transportation Infrastructure Bank effectively took out a payday loan for highway construction when it approved additional money for the comp
Confusing and maddening discussions on whether the Mark Clark Expressway should be extended across Johns and James islands are taking place across the
Last week, money became available to complete the Mark Clark Expressway, but questions about the project linger.
The completion of the Mark Clark Expressway got the $138 million jolt that could jumpstart the long-stalled project. But that doesn’t mean opposition
Charleston County Council tonight will decide whether it will ask voters in the November election if they support the controversial completion of Inte
After spending millions and holding a dozen public meetings on the completion of the Mark Clark Expressway, the state Department of Transportation wil
Some Charleston County residents over the past few days received in the mail a brief questionnaire on whether they favored the controversial completio
Local elected officials are forging ahead with plans to extend the Mark Clark Expressway across Johns and James islands, with no idea how they would p
Charleston County must repay $11.5 million it spent for the stalled Mark Clark Expressway project unless the state Department of Transportation agrees
The majority of Charleston-area residents want Interstate 526 extended, local elected officials said Friday, and they have banded together to send tha
Charleston County Council voted this year to hand over the controversial extension of the Mark Clark Expressway to the state Department of Transportat
By Diane Knich
Monday, June 25
The latest estimate on the completion of the Mark Clark Expressway across Johns and James Islands is $556 million, according to Ronald Mitchum, execut
Every new road generates winners and losers, but according to a new Post and Courier analysis, these 780 property owners have the most at stake — the Mark Clark would be in shouting distance of their front and back yards, or closer.