The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of governments wants the public's input on how they travel around the Lowcountry.
The council is continuing to work on a regional transit framework plan which will give insight to which areas need transit investment. As part of the eight-month study, the council is trying to figure out which areas of the Lowcountry are "favorable" to high-capacity transit services.
According to the council's timeline, they're still collecting data and will soon estimate the cost before coming up with a final document for the Regional Transit Framework Plan.
A public open house to learn more and give input is set to take place Wednesday at Charleston Southern University in the Whitfield Center Drew Conference Room at 9200 University Boulevard between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.