Archaeological Field Report of I-20/S.C. 230 Interchange Improvements, Aiken County Update
Author(s): Wayne D. Roberts
"Additional design of this project resulted in the proposed relocation of a second frontage road. The frontage road/S.C. 230 intersection will be moved approximately 165 feet south, making the relocation of a 700 foot section of the frontage road necessary."
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Archaeological Field Report of I-20/S.C. 230 Interchange Improvements, Aiken County Update. Wayne D. Roberts. Columbia, South Carolina: South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation. 1987 ( tDAR id: 391416) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8NS0W67
min long: -82.153; min lat: 33.34 ; max long: -81.384; max lat: 33.743 ;
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Prepared By(s): South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation
General Note: "No sites were discovered. According to the site files at SCIAA, no sites are known in the immediate project area. Half of project area is heavily disturbed by an old borrow pit. The reason for the borrow pit is unknown. It may have been for previous construction. The primary purpose may have been to level land for the commercial establishments. No additional investigations are recommended."
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