Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority

CARTA connects Charleston-area transit riders to work, school, healthcare, tourist attractions, the airport and more.

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Flooding related service

FINAL UPDATE 2:30PM All routes have returned to regular routes and schedules.

UPDATE 12:30PM – All routes have returned to regular routes except routes 20 and 102.  Expect some delays as routes return to regular schedules.

UPDATE 12:10 PM – America street is now open.  Routes 11, 41 and 213 are resuming regular routes and schedules.  Expect some delays as routes return to regular schedules.

UPDATE 11:40 AM – Rt. 211 is back on regular route

11:00 am 8/3/18 the following routes are delayed or detouring due to flooding and street closures in the area.  Routes will return to normal as flooding subsides and streets are re-opened.

Route 11- Detouring Morrison and Columbus, staying on meeting to serve downtown

Route 20- Staying on Meeting due to flooding on King

Route 30- Detouring Cannon, will be going down Calhoun; then taking Meeting to Mary

Route 31- Detouring Cannon, will be going down Calhoun; then taking Meeting to Mary

Route 41- Same as Route 11, Staying on Meeting street

Route 102- Detouring Moultrie, going around Hampton Park (Mary Murray Drive)

Route 204- Detouring Beaufain Street

Route 210- Coming Street is flooded, going up Pitt Street

Rt. 211- Market and East Bay is flooded- We will be taking East Bay to Hassel back to Meeting.

Route 213- Delayed due to flooding on Calhoun; route is not going down America and Columbus streets

 

 

 

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CARTA Rider Alerts
  • 211
    expect delays on #rte211
    22 Jan
  • 11
    expect delays on #rte11
    20 Jan
  • 10
    expect delays on #rte10
    17 Jan
  • 20
    expect delays on #rtre20
    15 Jan
  • 10
    expect delays on #rte10
    14 Jan
  • 102
    expect delays on #rte102 and #rte103
    13 Jan
  • 10
    expect delays on #rte10
    13 Jan
  • 210
    expect delays on #rte210
    12 Jan
  • 210
    expect delays on #rte210 and #rte211
    12 Jan
  • 301
    expect delays on #rte301
    12 Jan
  • 13
    expect delays on #rte13 and #rte104
    11 Jan
  • 31
    expect delays on #rte31
    10 Jan
  • 104
    expect delays on #rte104 and #rte13
    8 Jan
  • 7
    expect delays on #rte7
    8 Jan
  • 213
    expect delays on #rte213
    7 Jan
  • 11
    expect delays on #rte11
    5 Jan
  • 11
    expect delays on #rte11
    2 Jan
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