The South Carolina Department of Transportation has slowly been certifying and clearing flooded roadways and other hazards.

At the peak of the crisis there were around 382 road and 172 Bridges closures.

 

These are the major roadways reopened as of press time:

 

SCDOT Reopens I-126, I-26

 

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has reopened the section of I-26 between I-126 and US 378 at the Saluda River. All of I-26 in South Carolina is now open.

 
SCDOT partially reopens I-95

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has reopened portions of I-95 in the following areas:

• The section of the detour south of the I-95 bridges over the Black and Pocotaglio Rivers: I-95 can be reopened at Exit 119 (SC 261). All south bound ramps will be opened to the south all the way to I-26.

•For the section of the detour north of the I-95 bridges, I-95 North from Exit 132 (SC 527) northbound and all northbound ramps can be opened all the way to I-20.

• For LOCAL TRAFIC ONLY: The following portions of I-95 may re-opened to local emergency agencies and vehicles carrying relief supplies:

• I-95 Northbound from Exit 90 (US 176) to Exit 119 (SC 261) in Manning for LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY. I-95 will remain closed to all traffic at Exit 119.

• I-95 Southbound from Exit 157 (US 76) to Exit 132 (SC 527) for LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY. I-95 will remain closed to all traffic at Exit 132

• Through traffic will continues to detour with Northbound traffic using I-26 west to I-77 north, to I-20 east, to I-95 north.

• Southbound through traffic will continue to use I-20 west, to I-77 south to 1-26 east to I-95 south.

SCDOT is actively evaluating I-95 for more re-openings. The review of the bridges over the Black and Pocotaglio Rivers was completed earlier Tuesday and cannot be re-opened at this time. An review will be conducted on Wednesday afternoon or early Thursday morning.

SCDOT will continue to monitor these area bridges and roads. If water levels begin to increase, SCDOT engineers may need to close portions of the interstates again to protect the public.