New streetscaping on Verdae Boulevard will include a multi-use sidewalk, medians, intersection work and repaving from Woodruff Road to Laurens Road.
Construction underway for the traffic circle at the intersection of Woodruff Road Bypass and Verdae Boulevard.
This Verdae Boulevard concept drawing shows a four-lane roadway with raised, flowered medians.
Verdae Boulevard, as it now exists.
Improvements planned for Verdae Boulevard, which connects Laurens Road (US 276) and Woodruff Road (SC 146), include a new 10-foot sidewalk/multi-use path, raised medians with landscaping and street lighting.
The project scope also includes traffic control, street resurfacing, grading, curb and gutter, drainage and traffic signal upgrades.
Update: February 2019
Multi-use path has been installed from Woodruff Road to the Arby’s at 11 Verdae Boulevard
Wiring for lighting currently underway
Curbing and apron for the roundabout have been started
Next steps – grade and pave the roundabout so that traffic can be shifted