City officials request crosswalk from SCDOT after deadly pedestrian crash
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Officials with the City of Charleston say they’ve sent letters to the South Carolina Department of Transportation requesting a crosswalk at a deadly downtown intersection.
At the city council meeting Tuesday night, city officials said they have requested a crosswalk at East Bay and South Streets after a pedestrian was hit and killed in the area last week.
The city’s director of traffic and transportation, Robert Somerville, sent a request for the state to review East Bay Street and four other intersections on the upper peninsula.
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