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 […]

Mobility Month Leads to Complete Streets!

[June 3, 2022] You did so much for mobility in May! With all the petitions you signed, narratives and testimonials you provided, surveys you answered, trips by bike/bus/foot, bike lights you distributed — even the litter you pulled from Filbin Creek — you may be wondering what impact Mobility Month has on our region. The overarching […]

Major Ashley River Bridge Accomplishment

[April 18, 2022] This morning, Charleston Moves attended the regular meeting of the Charleston Area Transportation Study (CHATS) policy committee, which is staffed by the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) and made up of officials from across the 800-square-mile study area. On the agenda was the Ashley River Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge. Those of you […]