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 […]

Jingle Bus – Sat. Dec. 13

Update- Merchants distributing free passes and providing prizes are now listed on our separate Merchants, Passes and Prizes page. The Law Office of William J. Hamilton will sponsor the #41 Coleman Blvd. bus on Saturday, Dec. 13 so everyone can enjoy free transit through the Mount Pleasant Christmas Festival without having to fight traffic.  Free passes to […]

Ridership Continues to Rise

Public Transit Ridership East of the Cooper reached a historic peak in August 2014, before taking a slight dip due to 8 rain days in September. All routes are up over a year earlier. The 40 Mount Pleasant Bus (Running between Wando HS and downtown Charleston every 40 minutes Monday to Saturday, Sunday service once […]

Mayor Asks for Input on Coleman Bus Stops

Mayor Linda Page has asked Hungryneck Straphangers to assist the Town of Mount Pleasant in gathering citizen input for bus stop improvements on Ben Sawyer and Coleman Boulevards, currently being served by the #41 Coleman Blvd Bus line.  Appropriate locations for seating and shelters will be considered as well as possible design elements for several […]

#41 Bus Up 59% in Mount Pleasant

The #41 Coleman Blvd. Bus, which runs between Downtown Charleston’s Visitor’s Center, over the Ravenel Bridge, out of Coleman Blvd. through Mount Pleasant’s Main Street District to a turnaround at the BI-LO on Ben Sawyer Blvd. bucked the summer slump to post a record ridership number of 3,335 rides onboard, an increase of 1253 passengers […]