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September 17, 2012

S. Carolina St. transportation building sits empty

The $4.8 million center — the first phase in the James E. Clyburn Transportation Center — was completed last December after 13 years of delays.


August 20, 2012

S.C. State presses forward with transportation center

Even with severe budget issues, the university continues to hold aside $1.6 million from its 2012-2013 budget for construction of the next building in the troubled complex.


June 18, 2012

So. Carolina St. considers redirecting funds to transportation center

The transportation center came under fire in 2010 after The Post and Courier reported that more than $50 million had flowed to the center but the site for the new building was vacant, no transportation research was under way and it had lost its federal designation.


July 26, 2010

So. Carolina St. U. begins construction on transportation center

The initial phase, which is scheduled to be completed in 350 days, consists of the Transit Research Center, an 8,474-square-foot structure that will be used to conduct research on transportation vehicles.


June 28, 2010

Board member requests audit of S. Carolina U. transportation center

More than $50 million has flowed to the center since 1998, however, the site for a new building sits vacant, no transportation research is currently under way and the program lost its designation as a federal transportation center.


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