The Planning Services Department works with communities to improve local and regional efforts to promote community development and improve quality of life. The role of the department is broad, ranging from transportation and regional sewer coordination to local planning efforts and planning administrative services. The efforts of the department are focused on assisting communities with developing goals and identifying actions to help achieve their vision.
The Appalachian Council of Governments (ACOG) is committed to working with the South Carolina Department of Transportation and Anderson, Greenville/Pickens, and Spartanburg MPOs to develop an efficient,multi-modal transportation system which will increase the mobility of people and goods within the Appalachian Region. The COG assists the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) in the long-range planning of rural transportation improvements including highway infrastructure, public transit, planning studies, and other needs as appropriate. The COG works with jurisdictions in the region to prioritize local needs and make recommendations to the SCDOT for funding of highway and transit projects.
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