More than 30 municipalities are handling drainage on their own in the Charleston region. To confront the threats of flooding and sea level rise, they will have to get on the same page. One idea is to create a regional flood control district.
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CARTA bus riders wait for their bus on Calhoun Street Wednesday afternoon, October 24, 2018. CARTA is constructing more than 60 shelters this …
By increasing its visibility and becoming more user-friendly, CARTA expects an increase in ridership as they also better accommodate those who rely on the bus system for transportation.
The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments was awarded $1.5 million in funding recently as a part of the Federal Transportation Authority Low- or No-Emission Grant program.
The Hospitality on Peninsula (HOP) shuttle is pretty popular. But park and ride, while a useful service, is not a particularly efficient way to solve the problem the HOP shuttle was created to address.
Public transit advocates and city officials are the service as an alternative for Daniel Island residents who drive to work on the peninsula.
A few beach towns are looking to alternatives like park-and-rides to balance traffic from day-trippers.
The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments has identified 14 corridors in the region and is trying to narrow down the list.