Move Towards Better Transit in April 2015

Today the Lowcountry struggles with an inadequate transit system which barely enables tens of thousands of people to get to work by riding decrepit 20 year old buses from the Atlanta Olympics, standing at muddy bus stops in the rain and living with the constant threat that service will be reduced or eliminated. It deprives […]

CofC Student Sean Bath Moves with CARTA

Many students and faculty at the College of Charleston use transit to connect their lives East of the Cooper with their studies or work downtown. This week the C of C office of Sustainablity released a blog post by Student Sean Bath of James Island talking about his transit riding experience, which includes time riding from James […]

Regional Rail, Do or Do Not Nov. 17

Notice- The Final of three meetings on possible regional transit options will be held tonight, Wednesday, Nov. 19 at North Charleston High School at 6 pm.  A new organization, Best Friend’s of Low-country Transit is planning a community visioning empowerment event in February to help drive the official process faster and in a more advanced […]

Candidates and Officials Who Have been on the Bus with Us

This page will begin with our efforts during the special Congressional election of 2013 and contains listings only for the candidates who have taken a formal bus with us ride with Hungryneck Straphangers.  It’s possible other leaders and candidates have also been on transit.  Please communicate with the campaigns directly before making your decisions about […]

Burns Appointed Interim Director of CARTA

  Best wishes to Jeff Burns, appointed interim director yesterday at the CARTA Board Meeting on June 18, 2014. Despite the problems reported in the Media involving the arrest of CARTA’s Executive Director Tuesday for disorderly conduct, service East of the Cooper was running on time this morning as expected. Former CARTA Executive Director Christine […]