Mobility Month 2020

Charleston Moves dedicates May to amplifying community. We thrive when streets are safe and connected, designed for all people.

Our series of events range from all-ages group rides to neighborhood walks, lectures, guided tours and data collection. There will be many opportunities to show up, plug in, help out — and have fun — so you can influence what your community looks and feels like. At the root of it, we aim to elevate, educate and energize people around our vision for transportation freedom. Join us, friends! We can’t wait to see you out there!

Schedule of Events

Johns Island Farm Ride
Saturday, May 2
10 am — 2 pm
Sea Island Savory Herbs (5920 Chisolm Road)
Brunch by Butcher & BeeTaco BoyWild Olive
Escort by Charleston County Sheriff’s Office

Pleasant Walk to School
• In honor of National Bike to School Day •
Wednesday, May 6
Time TBD
East Cooper Montessori Charter School (1120 Rifle Range Road)

Bridge Building
• Part I • 
Wednesday, May 13
6:30-10:30 pm
Intersections on either side of the North Bridge

Design to Work
• In honor of National Bike to Work Day •
Friday, May 15
Morning
Time TBD
Spruill Avenue (exact location TBD)
Afternoon
12-2 pm
Felix C. Davis Community Center
Supported by Communities In Schools, Itinerant Literate Bookstop + Ink Meets Paper

Bridge Building
• Part II • 
Sunday, May 17
11 am — 3 pm
Intersections on either side of the North Bridge

Ride of Silence
Wednesday, May 20
6-8 pm
Terrace Shopping Center (1966 Maybank Highway)
Escort by City of Charleston Police Department

Greenways: Connecting Prosperous Communities
Wednesday, May 27
6-7 pm
The Schoolhouse (720 Magnolia Road)
Supported by Charleston County Public Library

Pedal The Parks
Saturday, May 30
3:30-6:30 pm
Corrine Jones Park (36 Marlow Drive)
In partnership with Charleston Parks Conservancy
Supported by Lowcountry Street Grocery, Meeting Street Eats, The Friends of the Lowcountry LowlineThe Green Heart Project

TAKE QUICK ACTION

As a region surrounded by water, bridges are a major barrier for people traveling by bike and foot. In order to truly our connect communities and offer transportation freedom, these barriers must be addressed.

To that end, we have 2 active petitions that support safe crossings over a handful of Charleston area bridges, and that link to pending improvements. If you haven’t already, please sign our Bridge The Ashley and Limehouse Bridge petitions!

Thank you to our Mobility Month sponsors!

Thank you to our in-kind event sponsors!

Butcher & Bee