Route 11 will be detouring due to road closures on Spruill Avenue between Burton Avenue and Meeting Street on Saturday, December 12 and Sunday December 13th. The following stops may be missed during the detour: 269, 270, 271,272, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313.
Individuals over the age of 55 will be able to access Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) and TriCounty Link services for free on Saturday, December 12,2020. The perk is part of both systems’ quarterly Senior Series, which encourages seniors to ride transit free of charge. This is the final free ride of 2020 for seniors, 2021 dates will be announced soon.(more…)
Effective as of 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 29, all service on the peninsula is suspended for the night and will resume as scheduled on Sunday, Aug. 30.
Several routes that travel through the downtown area will be modified as of 7pm:
Routes 7, 20, 210, 211 and 213 are suspended and will not run after 7pm.
Routes 30, 31, 33, and 41 will run to Meeting and Mary St.
Routes 30, 31 and 33 will travel via Spring St. to Meeting and Mary St. (Calhoun stops will be missed).
Routes 10 and 11 run a normal to Meeting and Mary. The route may experience some delays or detours.
All routes traveling near the peninsula area may still experience delays and detours. Please check back for potential changes that may occur. Routes will return to regular schedule on Sunday, August 30th.
Routes 10 and 12 detouring due to flooding in North Charleston area
Routes 10 and 12
08.05/2020 1:30pm Routes 10 and 12 are detouring due to flooding in the area of Rivers Ave. and Otranto Rd. The bus stop on Otranto Rd. (Stop ID 382) will not be accessible. Passengers should use the stops near the library (Stop ID 369/Stop ID 91) until the routes are able to return to the regular schedules.
Route 12 is detouring at Northwoods Blvd. due to flooding in the area. All stops along Northwoods Blvd. and at Northwoods Mall (Stop ID’s 362, 363, 364, 365, 366, 381, 402, 403, 404, 405) will be missed.
The route will travel the following route until it is able to return to regular the schedule:
*(Northbound) Down Ashley Phosphate to Rivers Ave. * (Southbound) Down Rivers to Ashley Phosphate
Winds have decreased, Route 40 has resumed regular service.
Tropical Storm Isaias Update 3
Due to high winds, the Route 40 will be suspended until further notice.
Tropical Storm Isaias Update 2
As of 2 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 3, CARTA officials continue to monitor Tropical Storm Isaias. The authority will act in accordance with Charleston County’s High Wind Bridge Procedures and is anticipating the discontinuation of service across bridges at some point this evening. Notice will be given when that decision is made. Also, be advised flooding is expected in the service area, which could lead to significant detouring and delays. Please limit all travel to essential trips only.
Hurricane Isaias Update 1
As of 6 p.m. on Friday, July 31, all CARTA service is planned to run as scheduled. Check back periodically throughout the weekend for potential service updates and follow @RideCARTA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest. Alerts will also be available via the Transit app and Google Transit.
June 5, 2020
CARTA service in downtown Charleston will be suspended at 9 p.m. on Friday due to a city curfew. The last trip from downtown on Route 10 will depart Meeting and Mary at 9:05 p.m. Route 10 will continue to operate after 9 p.m. north of the Superstop at Cosgrove Avenue in North Charleston. Regular service is expected to resume Saturday, but may be impacted by additional evening curfews. Please check back for updates.
June 1, 2020
All CARTA services will be suspended at 6pm due to area curfews except for Express service. Regular route service final trips will be made in the 5pm hour. Express services will continue as scheduled with final trips occurring in the 7pm hour. Service expected to start tomorrow at regular scheduled times.
May 31, 2020
All CARTA services will be suspended at 6pm due to curfew. Final trips will be made in the 5pm hour.
Per the City of Charleston’s request, CARTA will not provide service to the King Street corridor until further notice.