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Delayed Opening of SC Ports Terminals May Influence Monday Morning Traffic

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Delayed Opening of SC Ports Terminals May Influence Monday Morning Traffic

Charleston, S.C.: Residents making their way to work on Monday morning will need to plan ahead as the South Carolina Ports Authority declared a postponed opening. The delay will affect all South Carolina Ports’ marine terminals and inland ports until 10 a.m., which may lead to potential traffic problems, particularly during peak travel times.

The Expected Traffic Delays

In response to the late opening, the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has urged motorists to prepare in advance. Significant traffic slowdowns are projected in the vicinity of the ports, especially during rush hours. Interstate 526 commuters have been urged to anticipate delays or consider alternate routes for their Monday morning journeys.

SC Ports Announcement

On Sunday evening, SC Ports issued a statement to clarify the situation, “SC Ports is working diligently to resume operations as quickly as possible. The reopening of all terminals is scheduled for 10 a.m. However, given the fluidity of the situation, we urge everyone to frequently check updates and confirmed opening times on scspa.com. SC Ports is also collaborating closely with its vendors to swiftly resume operations, promising to communicate any updates to maritime partners, customers, and members of the community as soon as new information becomes available.”

This is a Developing Story

This story continues to develop, so stay tuned for more details regarding the delayed opening of the SC Ports’ marine terminals and potential traffic concerns. Remember to plan your morning commutes accordingly and keep abreast with updates to avoid any unnecessary delays.


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Delayed Opening of SC Ports Terminals May Influence Monday Morning Traffic

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