Charleston, South Carolina – Charleston County Public Works says it has contracted with ARRB Systems to perform a countywide pavement condition assessment and inspection project.
Officials say between now and February 2021, ARRB will use advanced pavement condition testing equipment to gather pavement condition data on all County, municipal and state secondary roadways.
“Everyday traffic and weather have a significant impact on our roads; identifying and measuring pavement conditions now will help us avoid bigger issues on our roadway network down the line,” said Mackenzie Kelley, Pavement Manager with County. “This project with ARRB will help us make data-driven decisions when planning the County’s roadway maintenance.”
Residents can expect to see an ARRB van equipped with specialized technology that measures the roadway surface condition traveling throughout Charleston County.
ARRB’s data collection van will follow all posted traffic signs and display a warning beacon.