Transportation for Charleston Residents
If you're thinking of buying Charleston real estate, you might wonder how you get around this fantastic city. You might be pleased to find out there are actually many choices here. Land, air or sea are all travel possibilities when you decide to purchase Charleston real estate.
Charleston from Point A to Point B
Charleston shoppers will find some fantastic homes, but what's even more impressive is how convenient it is to live here. When traveling by land, there's the Amtrak train station located in North Charleston that heads north to New York or south to Savannah, Georgia and Miami, Florida. By car, you'll find a number of Interstates (Interstate 26; Interstate 95), U.S. highways (U.S. Highway 17, 52, 78), South Carolina highways (SC 7, 30, 61, 171, 461, 700) and bridges. If you'd like to leave the driving to someone else while in the city, Charleston has the Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA). For those in rural areas, there's the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Rural Transportation Management Association (BCD-RTMA), nicknamed the TriCounty Link. By sea, there's the Port of Charleston used for commercial shipping and passenger cruise ships. For those looking to travel by air, there's the Charleston International Airport in North Charleston, as well the smaller executive airport on John's Island. As you can see, when you decide to purchase Charleston property you have a number of travel options.
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