Customer service line set up for customers, businesses effected by North Main Street project

A road project on Columbia, South Carolina's North Main Street is expected to continue through March, prompting officials at South Carolina Electric & Gas (SCE&G) to set up a toll-free customer service line to keep residents and commuters informed of progress.

The installation of underground power lines and streetscaping are being completed in phases on a 2.5-mile stretch. SCE&G crews are being assisted by workers from Gregory Electric, Ivy Smith, Sumter Utilities and Foremost Pipeline.

Residences and businesses in the area may experience temporary power outages. Additionally, one to two lanes of the roadway will be closed to traffic periodically. Flaggers will be on site from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Updates can be obtained by calling 1-800-251-7234.

Funding for the initiative, a part of the North Main Street widening project, is being funded by the Richland County Transportation Penny Program.

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