Old Baker Hospital Site

[March 26, 2024 / Updated April 19, 2024] » Sign the petition HERE As part of our outreach efforts for the Better North Bridge project, we learned from community members in North Charleston about the lack of access to green and blue spaces. A lot of people shared with us that their quality of life […]

Charleston County Transportation Projects Underway

[February 2, 2024] On January 23, the City of Charleston’s Traffic & Transportation Committee of Council received updates from Charleston County on the multitude of mobility projects they’re working on. You can view the presentation HERE (starting at 26:20). Staff provided the latest on the following improvements throughout the City: James Island Camp Rd/Riverland Dr. multi-use path […]

Ashley River Crossing Groundbreaking Ceremony

[October 30, 2023] This morning, the City of Charleston hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Ashley River Bicycle & Pedestrian Bridge. Joined by a large crowd of supporters, we heard remarks from representatives of the City, County, Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT), Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) […]

Honoring Lenny Greene

[September 25, 2023] We are very saddened to share that, on September 14, 2023, Leonard (Lenny) Greene passed away. Lenny was a co-founder of Charleston Moves, originally Charleston Bicycle Advocacy Group. When the team was considering the organizational name change, Lenny was adamant about using a name that was clear, fun, impactful, and incorporated the […]

Safety Audits: Septima P. Clark Parkway, Savannah Highway, Highway 61

[March 7, 2023] From the end of January to early March, Charleston Moves joined the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT), Kimley-Horn, Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG), Charleston County, and the City of Charleston (including police and fire) for several Road Safety Audits (RSAs). The group studied: US 17 on the peninsula (Septima P. Clark […]

Multi-Modal Cooperation from Feds to Locals

[October 12, 2022] This week, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg and South Carolina Congressman Jim Clyburn toured local infrastructure in the Lowcountry, and Charleston Moves had a seat at the table during a discussion among Secretary Buttigieg, Congressman Clyburn, and a bipartisan group of local leaders regarding the cooperation to move multi-modal investments forward in our […]