Traffic on Celanese Road in Rock Hill on Wednesday afternoon. Studies from the city’s planning department show the Celanese Road “travel shed,” which stretches from Interstate 77 to York and includes much of the western part of York County, will add an additional 23,000 cars to the road over the next 20 years, leaving the corridor 20 percent over capacity.
Traffic on Celanese Road in Rock Hill on Wednesday afternoon. Studies from the city’s planning department show the Celanese Road “travel shed,” which stretches from Interstate 77 to York and includes much of the western part of York County, will add an additional 23,000 cars to the road over the next 20 years, leaving the corridor 20 percent over capacity. ANDY BURRISS aburriss@heraldonline.com
Traffic on Celanese Road in Rock Hill on Wednesday afternoon. Studies from the city’s planning department show the Celanese Road “travel shed,” which stretches from Interstate 77 to York and includes much of the western part of York County, will add an additional 23,000 cars to the road over the next 20 years, leaving the corridor 20 percent over capacity. ANDY BURRISS aburriss@heraldonline.com

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