How Will Charleston Ride the Bus 2030?

  The City of Charleston has launched a new transportation planningeffort and public transit seems to be getting some attention.  Asalways these efforts tend to degenerate to an autocentric quest forparking and asphalt unless we get the transit riding community to engage.  The effort was reported in the Post and Courier today.Please help keep this […]

CARTA to Visit Mt. Pleasant Farmer’s Market

Representatives from CARTA, East Cooper’s largest public transit provider, will be at the Mount Pleasant Farmer’s Market on Tuesday, May 20 to share information with the public about transportation services offered in our area. Please come by and say hello. Bring any ideas or questions you have.  Of course the best way to visit the […]

Mount Pleasant, SC Bus Route Ridership Rises 54%

April 23, 2014, Mount Pleasant, SC- All East Cooper CARTA bus routes showed major increases in ridership in the April 2014 reports issued by the Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority. The new #41 Coleman Blvd Route, which runs from Downtown, through Patriot’s Point and along Coleman Blvd. to the BI-LO on Ben Sawyer Blvd. posted an […]

Park Pleasantly & Play Downtown

Mount Pleasant, SC is just across the river from Downtown Charleston and offers over one thousand hotel rooms at rates hundreds of dollars a day less than downtown.  Many of our hotels offer pools and other on site amenities downtown hotels cannot.  You can stay in Mount Pleasant, saving thousands of dollars on your vacation […]

Help North 17 Public Transit Work for Everyone

Hungryneck Straphangers is planning a Public Transit Outreach Campaign in the area surrounding North Highway 17 from Highway 41 Outward to Ten Mile from Feb. 27 to March 8.  This would include working with Park West, Charleston National, businesses in the Area, the 10 Mile Community, Whitehall Terrace, Wando High School and Carolina Park. We […]