Billy Swails Boulevard 4B


BSB Preferred Alternative and Project Study Area (1-25-2022)

View project synopsis here.


Billy Swails Boulevard 4B is the final roadway segment that would complete what was originally named the Hungryneck Boulevard corridor, a parallel route to US 17 and Rifle Range Road. The anticipated cross-section is a two-lane divided roadway with a landscaped median, turn lanes and bike and pedestrian facilities. The project would join the existing Sweetgrass Basket Parkway on the west to the existing portion of Billy Swails Boulevard to the east.


The project underwent an environmental review under the NEPA process and received a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) determination. SCDOT has reviewed and approved the ROW alignment and has issued a notice to proceed with ROW acquisition. Final engineering plans are ongoing.  A PUBLIC HEARING was held on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Town of Mount Pleasant, located at 100 Ann Edwards Lane, Mount Pleasant, SC, 29464.  Click HERE for more Information.

Public Hearing Resources

Preferred Alignment

Billy Swails Boulevard Segment 4B

Public Hearing Notice

Comment Sheet


Purpose and Need

U.S. Department of Transportation Act Section 4(f)


  • Complete Design:  December 2023
  • Right of Way Acquisition: March 2023
  • Start Construction: February 2024
  • Complete Construction: August 2025

BSB4B Design Schedule 3.1.23




Public Hearing Notice (1/25/22)

Billy Swails Boulevard Public Information Meeting Handout (5/7/19)

Billy Swails Boulevard Public Information Meeting Comment Card (5/7/19)

Billy Swails Boulevard Public Meeting Notice (4/25/19)

Billy Swails Boulevard Public Meeting Notice (2/27/18)

Billy Swails Boulevard Aerial Display (2/27/18)

Billy Swails Boulevard Public Information Meeting Handout (2/27/18)

Billy Swails Boulevard Network Display (2/27/18)

Approved EA and Draft Section 4f Billy Swails Boulevard Extension 4B  (12/1/21) 

We appreciate your participation and strongly encourage you to provide your input on the project. The NEPA process relies heavily on public input and community participation.  


Daniel Williamson, Project Engineer 

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