ROAD CLOSURES with anticipated opening dates - WMBFNews.com, Myrtle Beach/Florence SC, Weather

Updated Wednesday 3:30 p.m.

ROAD CLOSURES with anticipated opening dates

Source: SCDOT Source: SCDOT

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Several roads are closed, washed-out, or affected by flooding and high waters. The South Carolina Department of Transportation reports the following closures and flooded roads since Tuesday.

The SCDOT Customer Service Center hours are now 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week, until further notice.

If you need to ask a question about a state road or report an issue, contact the Customer Service Center at 855-GO-SCDOT (855-467-2368).

At 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, SCDOT reports the following closures.

For the latest road closure information, check the following online resources:

SCDOT Online Map: http://www.sc511.org/

SCDOT's list of road conditions and closures: http://206.74.144.9/RoadConditions/default.aspx

South Carolina Highway Patrol Public Realtime Traffic Information: http://www.scdps.gov/schp/schpwebcad/default.aspx

Florence County:

Marion Street from N. Ron McNair Blvd. to N. Matthews Road - anticipated opening 5/31/ 2016

S. Old River Road from Keefe Road to River Road -  anticipated opening 5/27/2016

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