Marvin Road project costs come in high

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Right-of-way land costs jumped from $100K to nearly $500K

By Emily Pollok

Although no Panhandle roads were identified for the state’s 2020 Pavement Improvement Program, some major upgrades are already under way to alleviate congestion in the northern part of the county.
The Rock Hill, Fort Mill Area Transportation Study, known as RFATS, met last month to discuss some of the big projects in Indian Land.
Lancaster County Council member Brian Carnes, who recently completed a term as chair of the group, said the widening of U.S. 160 is on track to be completed by next summer.

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