Road maintenance fee helps cover repair projects

With counties having to spend more to pay for state services, the road maintenance fee is helping to ensure needed county road projects get done, Spartanburg County leaders say. The fee has generated more than $60 million since it was implemented by Spartanburg County Council in 2005. That money has paid for road widening, intersection improvements, right-of-way maintenance and bridge replacements, among other projects. It also has allowed the county to pave up to 40 miles of county roads every year.


Source: GoUpstate

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