On Thursday, residents will get a better idea of how North Charleston's rail plan will affect people in certain neighborhoods.
The transportation review and oversight commission is hosting a public meeting in Columbia.
The plan would put rail facilities through parts of North Charleston and the area of the Old Navy Base where a new port terminal is being built.
Some people worry the railroads will cut too close to neighborhoods such as Park Circle and Chicora-Cherokee.
Thursday's meeting is at 1 p.m. at the statehouse in Columbia. The City of North Charleston will provide free rides. The bus leaves at 9:30 a.m. from the city hall parking lot. Call 740-2504 for more information.