Mass transit for the future

The Post & Courier
October 9, 2017

It’s going to be a while — about another seven years — before passengers step aboard Charleston’s first true mass transit system. That’s just the frustrating nature of building a major new infrastructure project in the current federal regulatory environment.

But it would be a huge mistake to wait until 2025 to start maximizing the potential benefits of a bus rapid transit (BRT) line connecting Summerville with downtown Charleston.

Fortunately, the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments, the agency overseeing the project, is working to get the private sector involved in promoting and planning a game-changing piece of Charleston area infrastructure.

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