Join us for a virtual presentation by local historians on West Ashley’s original pathways that were designed for all modes. Speakers chronicle key transformations that illustrate how smart and equitable planning can dismantle racist practices and repair community. Thanks to Austen & Gowder, LLC and MUSC Health for sponsoring this event.
• Charlie Smith
• Diane Hamilton
• Donna Jacobs
• Nic Butler, Ph.D.
Thank you to our Mobility Month 2021 sponsors:
• Kimley-Horn: A full-service engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firm that understands the importance of developing bicycle, pedestrian, and trail plans that emphasize safe, interconnected networks of different types of facilities to serve multiple users, with each facility serving as a vital link between communities, resources, and destinations.
• LeGrand Elebash Real Estate
• Lucey Mortgage Corporation: A local mortgage lender offering you access to the nation’s biggest lenders for purchase and refinance mortgages. We offer better rates and lower cost than most bank and internet lenders. With over 30 years lending and $3 Billion in closed loans, you can trust us to get you the best mortgage. Call us for a better mortgage quote.
• Morrison Yard: A mindfully-designed space in Charleston’s NoMo neighborhood opening in 2022, bringing apartment homes, workspaces, shops, restaurants, and green space to the city's vibrant local community. Situated along the Cooper River at the base of the Ravenel Bridge, the premier residential destination will be easily accessible for bikers and pedestrians with ample bike storage available and a bike repair shop on site. Morrison Yard is working with city planners to create a pedestrian/bike connection to the bridge and install a traffic light to make commuting easier and safer.
• Raven Cliff Company
• Superior Construction