Public Meetings

 
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Public MEETING #2 - MAY 29, 2019

5:30 - 7:30 p.m. (Drop-in event, no formal presentation)

First Christian Church, 1293 Orange Grove Road, Charleston, SC 29407

The 30-day public comment period will begin on May 29 during the event.


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Public OPen House - December 5, 2018

5:30 - 7:30 p.m. (Drop-in event, no formal presentation)

First Christian Church, 1293 Orange Grove Road, Charleston, SC 29407

All preliminary alternatives were designed to meet specific project goals, SC 7 & SC 171 Project Goals/Screening Metrics . These goals are technically referred to as Screening Metrics and include two tiers, Tier One and Tier Two.

The Tier One goals (or screening metrics) were used by the project team during the Preliminary Alternatives phase of the project. During this phase, the team analyzed nine reasonable alternatives regarding impacts on mobility, as well as accessibility to/from neighborhoods and businesses. The team also utilized preliminary traffic modeling to identify the projected traffic operations for all modes of transportation within the study area, including bicyclists, pedestrians, and vehicles. After analyzing each reasonable alternatives using this criteria, the project team found four alternatives that met the majority of the Tier One Goals (or screening metrics).

Tier Two goals (or screening metrics) will be used in the next phase to determine which of the four remaining alternatives best meet the goals of the project and the community. This phase will review each alternatives’ potential environmental, right-of-way, utility and transportation impacts. The project team will also consider preliminary cost estimates and feedback gathered during the public comment period.

Northbridge Gateway Coordination

We are working closely with the City of Charleston on the redevelopment of the old Piggly Wiggly site located at the intersection of Sam Rittenberg Boulevard and Old Towne Road on Sumar Street in the Northdbridge area of West Ashley.  You can learn more about that project here and view the exhibit boards presented at the December 5 meeting here.


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