Regulatory Subpages


Projects of Interest

This page contains  information about Regulatory Projects that may be of particular interest to the public.  Check this page often for project updates.

I-73 Project


The South Carolina Department of Transporation proposed a project for a national highway corridor that would provide a link from Michigan to South Carolina. The South Carolina section will consist of a 75.3 mile long, four-lane interstate. Since the I-73 Project would require the placing of fill material into waters of the United States, a permit is required prior to construction of the project. Please visit for more information. The Record of Decision was completed in June 2017 and the DA permit was issued. The ROD and permit can be found below:

Berlin G. Myers Parkway Phase 3

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) proposes to construct Phase 3 of the Berlin G. Myers Parkway in Dorchester County, South Carolina.   The project includes the construction of approximately 2.5 miles of a new primary route roadway, 4 lanes with curb and gutter and a landscaped raised median, which extends from Gahagan Road (S-18-339) to US 17A at Boone Hill Road and West Fisher Road. The project will include intersection improvements at the intersections of the new roadway with US 17A, Orangeburg Road (S-18-22), Greenwave Boulevard (S-18-363/678), and Luden Road (S-18-706). The project also includes the construction of seven new bridge structures and reconstruction of the shared use pathway along the Sawmill Branch.  SCDOT applied for a Department of the Army Permit in January 2018.

Berlin G. Myers Parkway Phase 3 Public Notice
SCDOT's Response to Concerns

Navy Base ICTF

Navy Base ICTF


The Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Navy Base ICTF is available for review as of June 29, 2018.  There will be a public review period for 30 days after the document is made available.  The Charleston District has prepared the FEIS to identify the potential impacts associated with the Palmetto Railways' proposed construction and operation of the Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF), located on the former Charleston Naval Complex in North Charleston, SC. The purpose of the ICTF is “to provide safe, efficient, and cost-effective rail solutions to facilitate the movement of freight and support economic development efforts; thereby, promoting the economic viability of the State of South Carolina.” 

For more information or to view the FEIS, please visit