Hurricane Storm Nicole service announcement – 11.09.22

Tricounty Link officials are closely monitoring Hurricane Storm Nicole and its potential local impacts. Riders are encouraged to follow @RideTricountyLink on social media and check the website periodically for announcements regarding possible storm-related service adjustments. Announcements and alerts will also be posted via MyTCLink app and Google Transit.”

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Hurricane Ian

Rider Alert: Sept. 2022 – 12pm – Tricounty Link officials continue to closely monitor Hurricane Ian.  There may be some delays, service disruptions and suspensions associated with the storm later in the week.  Riders are encouraged to follow us @RideTricountyLink on social media and check the website periodically for any announcements regarding any service changes.  […]

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Tricounty Link and CARTA Mask Requirement Suspended – EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

REGIONAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION STATEMENT REGARDING FEDERAL MASK MANDATE MASK REQUIREMENT SUSPENDED EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY NORTH CHARLESTON (April 19, 2022) — Today, Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority and TriCounty Link Executive Director Ron Mitchum released the following statement regarding the Federal mask mandate: “In accordance with guidance from the Federal Transit Administration, effective immediately, CARTA and Tricounty […]

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CARTA, TRICOUNTY LINK Announce New Mobile Ticketing Option

Riders can now purchase tickets via the Token Transit App The Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) and TriCounty Link (TCL) today announced their partnership with Token Transit, a free mobile ticketing application that gives riders a new, cashless payment option and eliminates the need for a paper pass. Effective immediately, CARTA and TCL riders will have […]

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Inclement weather update 03.18.21

All Dorchester County and Berkeley County routes will be suspended at 3pm today. At this time all Charleston County routes will continue as scheduled. Expect some delays and potential detours due to flooding, declining weather conditions and potential traffic volumes. At times routes may have to pause in place where they are in route depending […]

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About Us

TCLink buses parked

The current fleet consists of 49 vehicles that seat from 14 to 32 passengers. All TriCounty Link vehicles are ADA compliant and include wheelchair lifts, and on average, two wheelchair tie-down positions per vehicle.

The TriCounty Link system is comprised of 9 regular fixed routes and 4 commuter routes that provide services to rural residents of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties. While each of the nine fixed routes follows a published schedule, each route also includes a route deviation option.

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