City of Charleston Traffic & Transportation Committee Recap

[January 10, 2022] The City of Charleston’s Traffic & Transportation Committee met this afternoon to discuss a number of important topics related to multi-modal transportation. Please see below for an overview of the highlights. You can view the recorded livestream HERE. ASHLEY RIVER BIKE/PED BRIDGE Through the latter part of 2021, the City and their […]

Better North Bridge: Public Input Kickoff

[December 16, 2021] Better North Bridge: Public Input Kickoff Since 2015, four community members have been killed as they biked over the North Bridge between Azalea Drive in North Charleston and Poston Road in West Ashley. In addition to these fatalities, six people on bike or foot have been injured on the bridge since 2013. […]

Rethink Folly Road Recap

[November 9, 2021] Rethink Folly Road Recap The Rethink Folly Road (RFR) Steering Committee met October 27, 2021. This Committee is made up of elected officials and stakeholders (including Charleston Moves staff) representing Charleston County, City of Charleston, Town of James Island, City of Folly Beach, and Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG). Planners and engineers […]

Azalea Drive Road Diet

[November 5, 2021] Thanks to your engagement, Charleston County funded a Road Diet Study for Azalea Drive between Cosgrove and Leeds a few months ago. Because Azalea was scheduled for an upcoming resurfacing by the SCDOT, the Road Diet Study was timed to be able to incorporate the findings before the resurfacing plan was finalized. The study […]

Bike/Ped Connectivity Throughout the County

Friends, this past week, the City of Charleston's Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee got some big updates from Charleston County on their various bike/ped projects that are in the works within the City's boundaries. We invite you to watch the full recording of the meeting HERE. You can also flip through the presentation yourself HERE. [...]

Bike shops are essential businesses!

Across the nation, the work of bike shops has been listed as essential services in stay-at-home ordinances enacted to protect the health, safety and welfare of citizens. Charleston Moves firmly agrees with that position. Communities always need the skills of bike shop technicians to repair and maintain our bicycles, and that is particularly imperative during […]