All the latest you need to keep your teams and your assets safe in and around South Carolina

The good news in South Carolina is that the rains will eventually stop. The rough news however is that even as the storm passes, recovering and digging out from epic flooding from more than 25 inches of rain in some areas will be a longer haul for the residents and businesses operating in and around the state.

Our Telogis Navigation team has reviewed, vetted and added all related road closures, detours and other relevant information for commercial traffic.

Following is the very latest list as of 12 PM ET on Monday, October 5 – including one closure affecting North Carolina.

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Stay safe out there.

Multi-County Interstates/Highways:

I-95 mm 86-160 closed

I-95 north and south bound is closed between mile markers 86 and 160. All north bound I-95 traffic should exit I-95 on to I-26 west. All south bound I-95 traffic should exit I-95 on to I-20 west.
This floodgate affects the following routes:

  • I-95 entire route
  • I-95 from Georgia State Line to Interstate 26
  • I-95 from Interstate 26 to Florence
  • I-95 from Florence to North Carolina State Line
  • I-95 from Exit 157-US 76 to Exit 170-South Carolina 327

I-126 closed inbound and outbound

I-126 is closed from Elmwood Avenue to Greystone Boulevard. Please consider an alternate route.
This floodgate affects the following routes:

  • I-126 from US 21 at Columbia to Interstate 26 at Columbia
  • I-126 from US 21 to Interstate 26

I-20 mm 65-68 closed #2

I-20 is closed between I-26 and Monticello Road. MM 64-68 . Motorist traveling I-26 east from the Upstate region must use I-77N back to I-20 east. Motorist traveling I-20west from the Florence Region must us I-77 south back to I-20east. motorist traveling I-20east from Aiken must use I-26east to I-77N back to I-20east. Please use Caution when driving. Updates will be provided as conditions change.
This floodgate affects the following routes:

  • I-20 entire route
  • I-20 from Georgia State Line to Columbia
  • I-20 from Columbia to Florence
  • I-26 from North Carolina State Line to Spartanburg
  • I-26 from Spartanburg to Interstate 385
  • I-26 from Interstate 385 to Newberry
  • I-26 from Columbia to Interstate 95
  • I-20 from Exit 58-US 1 and Columbia Airport to Exit 76-Interstate 77
  • I-26 from Exit 101-US 176 to Exit 116-Interstate 77
  • I-20 from Georgia State Line to Exit 6-Interstate 520
  • I-26 from Newberry to Columbia

Abbeville County

  • Anderson Street between Peach Orchard Road and SC 81 closed due to fallen trees and power lines.
  • Millers Mill Road between S-159 and S-51 is closed due to debris that washed into a bridge during flooding.
  • Lanes of SC 72 closed due to downed power lines near SC 81.

Laurens County

  • Harris Springs Road between SC 39 and US 221 closed due to flooding.
  • Holmes Bridge Road at Little River Bridge closed due to flooding.
  • Palmetto and Peachtree streets closed between Willow and Poplar streets.
  • McDaniel Road near Ekom Beach Road due to erosion
  • South Harper Street Extension was closed at Burn Mill Creek Bridge due to road washout.
  • Todd Quarters Road was closed between Lick Creek Road and Smyrna Hill Road sue to flooding.

Greenwood County

  • Bethel Road between Scott’s Ferry and Browntown Road closed due to flooding.
  • Carter Road between Island Ford and Aull Mill roads closed due to flooding.
  • Chinquapin Road between Woodlawn and Grange roads and Sunset Drive closed due to flooding.
  • County Farm Road and Kate Way closed due to flooding.
  • Dyson Road between Brickyard Road and Route 702 due to flooding.
  • Island Ford Road between Pleasant Rock Church Road and Carter Road due to flooding.
  • Kinard Road at Enoree Church Road closed due to flooding.
  • Oregon Farm Road between Siloam Church Road and Old Ninety Six Highway closed due to flooding.
  • SC 248 closed between Tillman Territory and Louden roads due to flooding.
  • Siloam Church Road closed beyond S-228.
  • Scotch Cross Road closed at Shearbrook Drive due to flooding.

Buncombe County

Transylvania County

  • Officials said Wilson and Barkley roads were closed due to flooding but were likely to reopen later Monday morning.

Newberry County

  • A bridge collapse on Cannon Creek Bridge closed US 176 in Newberry County.
  • Belfast Road at Harold Bowers Road closed due to flooding.
  • Boinest Road closed at SC 219 due to flooding.
  • Hope Station Road closed at US 176 due to flooding.
  • Indian Creek Road closed at Riser Road due to flooding.
  • Quaker Road flooded south of S-36-81.
  • Phillips Church Road closed at Jolly Street due to flooding.
  • US176 closed at New Hope Road due to bridge collapse at Cannon’s Creek.
  • US 176 closed at SC 773 closed due to flooding.

North Carolina

  • NC-12 closed Ocracoke, Atlantic, Kitty Hawk

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