Commuting in Beaufort OLD
In this "Best Small Southern Town", the mode of how to go around the city is made to be easily available for everyone.
Based on the GEOSTAT by Geostat.org majority of the commuters, 68.8%, prefer to drive alone, 15.8% do carpools and only 1.3% are using the public transportation. There are also 3.58% who do walk to work and 0.42% who uses their bicycle. Located at approximately 75 miles south of Charleston, South Carolina and about 50 miles north Savannah, Georgia, Beaufort can also be reached through:
Via Bus Ride:
Greyhound - the all new Greyhound bus stop is located at the "Sunhouse Gas Station" at 3448 Trask Pkwy 29906 Beaufort, SC where tickets will need to be purchased and printed in advanced
Palmetto Breeze - The Palmetto Breeze caters to a wide variety of public transportation services in seven Lowcountry counties including Beaufort.
The Spanish Moss Trail - Five phases out of the 10-Phase Master Plan have been completed and are open for everyone who can leisurely walk, jog and most especially, for bikers. This trail connects the City of Beaufort and the Town of Port Royal.
Drive on US 21, or US 278 and SC 270, from the major north-south routes US 17 and I-95.
Amtrak - Beaufort can be reached by riding the Amtrak Yemassee, SC station.