Vote on Proposals to Improve Lowcountry Transit

  Hungryneck Straphangers will prioritize it’s recommendations to the SC Dpt. Of Transportation on which steps are most important to improve public transportation in the State of South Carolina between now and the year 2040. with a focus on the BCD area.  You can download a ballot and fax it back us to be tabulated with […]

Talk to DOT about the next 25 Years of SC Transit Sept. 23

Note- Preliminary results from our Transit Issues Survey are now online.  We’ll continue to accept ballots until the end of the SC DOT Meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 23. Charleston, SC- Transit Riders from the Charleston area have a ride with Hungryneck Straphangers and members of Americans for Transit on a special shuttle bus to an […]

Bridgeside Gets it Right from the Start

A new 324 unit Bridgeside apartment complex planned for Patriot’s Point in Mount Pleasant, SC has transit in the plan right from the start and illustrates how far the effort to make transit work East of the Cooper has advanced in the last three years under the leadership of Mayor Linda Page, other members of […]

Going Somewhere Together 2013

Welcome aboard, Transit Riders going somewhere together in 2013! Five Million trips will be made on Charleston County Public Transit this year.  Auto is optional for a new generation & economy evolving new priorities.  The urban, elderly, tourists, disabled, students and people too busy to drive are experiencing smarter, more connected mobility. Transit builds a […]

Fighting the CARTA Cuts, “Consolidating” Resistance

Charleston, SC- 12 Demonstrators from the Hungryneck Straphangers collected over 100 petition signatures and talked to over 200 transit riders on Tuesday,  May 1st.  The demonstration was reported by WCIV TV-4 News, the Post and Courier and the City Paper.  The effort continued on May 2 with outreach at Superstop in N. Charleston.  Future demonstrations […]