GILBERT, S.C. — One of the busiest roads in Gilbert will soon be repaved, according to officials.

Residents say Peach Festival Road in Gilbert is in horrible condition. Many in the community are hoping potholes will soon disappear.

Folks say one of their biggest concerns with the road is car damage. Some believe with school starting soon, it's only going to get worse.

According to the South Carolina Department of Transportation's Programmed Project Viewer, officials are working to improve its condition.

The S.C. Department of Transportation (SCDOT) will be redoing the base of the road and will repave over it. This is the section between Augusta Highway and Spring Hill Road. The department plans on finishing up the project by August 31st of 2020.

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