The mile-long corridor cuts through the upper peninsula of Charleston causing safety issues and disconnection for nearby residents
The League proposes transportation solutions including street networks, transit, and prioritization across the state.
Charleston County Half-Cent Sales Tax Referendum
Charleston County Passes Half-Cent Sales Tax Referendum
US 17 & Main Road Improvements
The intersection of U.S. Highway 17 and Main Road in West Ashley presents traffic and safety issues to residents on a daily basis.
Keep Johns Island Rural
The Coastal Conservation League and our partners are working to help preserve the rural character, culture, and history of Johns Island.
Plantersville Scenic Byway
In 2012, the General Assembly approved the designation and in 2013 the advisory committee’s corridor management plan was accepted by SCDOT.
We call for improving our existing roads, not building overpriced roads we don't need.
Maybank Highway Transportation Improvements
The bottleneck at the intersection of Maybank Highway and River Road is a daily frustration for Johns Island residents.
Horry County seeks to widen and pave International Drive, a dirt road that borders the Lewis Ocean Bay Heritage Preserve.
A Boundary Street for Beaufort
Boundary Street is the unofficial entrance to Beaufort: redevelopment is a great opportunity to improve the entrance to the city we love!
The Coastal Conservation League advocates for well-designed, fiscally-responsible, and environmentally-sound transportation options.
I-26 Median Tree Clearing
The approved plan calls for the median to be cleared only in the most dangerous stretches of road, while 17 miles of trees remain untouched.
James Island Vision
A myriad of issues have begun to frustrate James Islanders, and James Island truly needs a collaborative vision for its development future.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Access
A sustainable future for Charleston includes mass transit and communities that encourage walking and cycling.
Southern Evacuation Lifeline
SELL will induce sprawl in western Horry and Georgtown Counties and increase traffic on the already crowded Highway 17.