CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A study on ways to better get people around downtown Charleston is being released.
The study was developed with the help of Gabe Klein, the former director of transportation for the cities of both Chicago and Washington. It's being released on Monday.
The city of Charleston and the Historic Charleston Foundation got together earlier this year to looks at ways to improve public transportation and parking.
The study also took a look at better ways for bicycles and pedestrians to get around the historic city.
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