Micromobility Program

The Town of Mount Pleasant recently completed the Mount Pleasant Way Master Plan project (MPW), which developed a proposed network of connected multi-use paths intended for non-motorized users that will link key portions of the Town. In order to support further efforts to expand mobility options and decrease automobile congestion, the Town is establishing new guidance for accommodating micromobility and neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) in the Town.  

Micromobility is defined as small, fully or partially human-powered vehicles. These vehicles may include bicycles, scooters, skateboards, roller skates, self-balancing vehicles or other wheeled devices. NEVs are larger and heavier than most micromobility vehicles. Typical NEVs include golf carts and autonomous low-speed shuttles.

Traffic Calming Program

The Town of Mount Pleasant Transportation Department offers traffic calming solutions through the Traffic Calming Program.  The program currently employs two types traffic calming devices, speed humps and all-way stop controls. The Transportation Department staff accepts application for the Traffic Calming Program each July. However, requests can be made to the Transportation Department anytime during the year and staff will confirm the street section is eligible for the program.  

View the Traffic Calming Guidelines.

Street Sign Replacement Program

All street signs within the Town are schedule to be replaced and upgraded to meet the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) guidelines. These signs include but are not limited to street name signs, stop signs, yield signs, speed limit signs, and pedestrian signage. The intent of this program is to improve visibility of these traffic control devices during the daytime and night time hours improving the overall safety of our roadways.

Street Sign Replacement Program