Trucks coming to the Inland Port in Greer will be steered from I-85 to Exit 58 / Brockman McClimon Road. The state highway signage, presented today at the South Carolina Inland Port information session at the Cannon Centre, will be in place in August.
Jack Ellenburg, of the South Carolina Ports, gave a brief but informative presentation, outlining the traffic pattern for trucks, updating progress at the port and giving the public and businesses an opportunity to meet the key state entities and their associates for questions and answers.
From South Carolina Ports Authority
South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) Board of Directors last Tuesday approved its fiscal year 2014 financial plan, which includes volume increases across business segments and $123 million in capital spending on a number of strategic projects including the Inland Port in Greer.
The public is invited to an information session on the South Carolina Inland Port project in Greer on Friday, June 28, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., at the Cannon Centre.
Up-to-date reports on the Inland Port are here.
The Greer Inland Port has had an unusual week of weather to overcome.
A record rainfall last Sunday created lake-like affects at the inland port that forced equipment to be moved to higher ground.
Sunday’s record deluge of rain has forced the Inland Port at Greer to move its construction vehicles and equipment to higher ground.
Grading, laying pipes and other infrastructure were halted. Norfolk Southern railroad crews were able to work on pulling more tracks between rain showers.