SCDOT Conducts Record Breaking Corridor Study

SCDOT Conducts Record Breaking Corridor Study2018-09-14T17:07:27-07:00

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Engagement Results

12,011 priorities ranked
12,728 map markers dropped
80,215 data points collected
1,831 engaged a single day

Congratulations to the South Carolina Department of Transportation, FHWA and Kimley-Horn for exceptional public involvement on the Columbia Corridor Management Plan. In an effort to improve mobility along a 83 mile stretch of highway the agency used MetroQuest to collect an unprecedented amount of public input and set a new record with 1,831 participants in a single day. They collected over 80,000 inputs to inform the plan.

“MetroQuest allowed us to reach out and gather more comments and helpful information than any public meeting or hearing has done at the planning level before and probably at a cheaper cost than putting on one public meeting.” Michael Dennis, SCDOT

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