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Some I-20 ramps in Lexington County closed this weekend

Lexington County, SC - The Interstate 20 Eastbound off-ramp at Exit 58 to US 1 in Lexington County will be closed Friday night, March 9, for placing a barrier wall. Motorists heading east who wish to take Exit 58 to US 1 should use Exit 61 and re-enter I-20 westbound to Exit 58.

The Exit 58 eastbound off-ramp closure will occur: From 11 p.m. Friday, March 9, until 7 a.m. Saturday, March 10.

The I-20 Eastbound on-ramp at Exit 58 from US 1 in Lexington County will be closed Saturday night, March 10, for a placing barrier wall. Motorists who wish to access I-20 East bound should take the I-20 Westbound on-ramp and proceed to Exit 55A and then enter I-20 Eastbound.

Exit 58 eastbound on-ramp closure will occur: From 11 p.m. Saturday, March 10, until 7 a.m. Sunday, March 11.

Message board signs will display detour directions. Motorists are advised to used caution and plan accordingly in case of delays.

The road work is part of a four-phase project to widen an 11-mile stretch of I-20 in Lexington County. The project extends from mile marker 60 near US 378 to mile marker 49 at Longs Pond Road. Upon completion, the project will add a third inside lane in both directions aimed at reducing traffic congestion. It is expected to be completed in the fall of 2019.

Motorists can use SCDOT's 511 traveler information system to check road conditions. For more information concerning this project, the public may contact SCDOT Resident Engineer John Burns at (803) 699-5068 or at

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