A grader works along the shoulder of U.S. 278 west of the Buckwalter Parkway intersection on Friday. Work on the widening project could be completed as early as Nov. 15 ' a month ahead of schedule, a department of transportation official said. 'We hope to have all lanes open no later than Nov. 15,' said Chris Smith, a construction engineer with the S.C. Department of Transportation who works in Beaufort County.
A grader works along the shoulder of U.S. 278 west of the Buckwalter Parkway intersection on Friday. Work on the widening project could be completed as early as Nov. 15 ' a month ahead of schedule, a department of transportation official said. 'We hope to have all lanes open no later than Nov. 15,' said Chris Smith, a construction engineer with the S.C. Department of Transportation who works in Beaufort County. Staff photo
A grader works along the shoulder of U.S. 278 west of the Buckwalter Parkway intersection on Friday. Work on the widening project could be completed as early as Nov. 15 ' a month ahead of schedule, a department of transportation official said. 'We hope to have all lanes open no later than Nov. 15,' said Chris Smith, a construction engineer with the S.C. Department of Transportation who works in Beaufort County. Staff photo

US 278 construction could be finished Nov. 15, DOT says

November 01, 2013 2:50 PM

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