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 […]

Candidates for Mayor Of Charleston & N. Charleston Bus with Us

The Cities of Charleston and N. Charleston will both elect Mayors in November 2o15.  In Charleton, after 40 years in Office, Joe Riley, a determined champion of Public Tranist, will be stepping down opening the way for a contested race. In N. Charleston, the Race for Mayor is also contested. Our organization doesn’t endorse candidates […]

Enjoy ARTfest on the #40 on March 14

Mount Pleasant Towne Centre and the Town of Mount Pleasant will sponsor the 19th. annual Artfest on Saturday, March 14. It’s a great event to visit on Transit, avoiding the stress of traffic and parking. We have a full page of details on using public transit to get to and from Mount Pleasant Town Centre.  […]

CARTA Board to Consider Report on Bus Service to the Beach Feb. 18

Update- The CARTA Board was unable to find a source of funding to support returning bus service to the Charleston area beaches at it’s February 2015 meeting. Bus Service to the Isle of Palms or Sullivan’s Island will be considered in a report to be presented to the CARTA Board on Wednesday, Feb. 18 at […]

Wildlife Exposition and Public Transit

Public transit creates options for locals an visitors attending the Southestern Wildlife Exposition which can save time, money and reduce stress.  The annual event brings a lot of vehicles into Charleston’s historic street grid and many of these people are aren’t accustom to urban driving. Everyone will be happier if more people take the bus. […]