Category Archives: Travel

Park & Go Closing

Tidelines has learned from one of our readers that the North Charleston airport parking service Park & Go is closing. Although their Facebook page is still active and has no information about the closing, an employee verified this information and … Continue reading

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Traffic Alert: Backup On River Road 8:30 am

We just received word that Plowground Road is being resurfaced and is causing delays on River Road. You may want to allow extra time or choose an alternate route leaving or coming back to Seabrook Island. Follow us on Twitter … Continue reading

Posted in Traffic, Travel

Charleston International Airport

Charleston Internation Airport is undergoing a large construction project as they address the issue of parking at the airport. Unfortunately, until the five-story parking garage is completed, parking will be even more of a problem. They are anticipating that the … Continue reading

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Upcoming Changes to USPS Hold Mail Service

The United States Post Office has released the following notice: “To provide you with greater security, USPS is making several changes to the online USPS Hold Mail™ process. These improvements will require additional action from you before you submit your … Continue reading

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Bochicket Rd at Edenvale Rd Closed Due To A Fire

Chief Fire Marshal Ryan Kunitzer, St. John’s Fire District, just tweeted that Bohicket Road is closed in the 2800 block – near Edenvale Rd.  This is due to a structure fire. He suggests that if you need to get off … Continue reading

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Accident on Maybank Highway Near Golf Course

Count On 2 News is reporting that there is an accident this morning on Maybank Highway near the Municipal Golf Course. This accident is preventing people from Johns Island going to James Island and/or Charleston.  If your travel takes you … Continue reading

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Charleston International Airport Announces Closing

Airport Operations to Cease at 3:00 pm Wednesday, September 4 The FAA tower will cease operations at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.  At this time, all airport operations will be suspended. Depending on weather conditions, airport operations are … Continue reading

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More Travel Hints

Two recent items in the national media may be of interest to Seabrookers traveling overseas.  The first is the Six Month Validity Passport Rule. Most countries require travelers who wish to enter their country to hold passports that have at … Continue reading

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Be Proactive in Preventing Disease

Do you have plans for international travel? If so, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that you check to be sure you are up to date on vaccinations because “many vaccine-preventable diseases that have become rare in … Continue reading

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Hints for Travellers

Many Seabrookers travel to visit family and friends as well as take wonderful trips.  There are several ways you can speed up the time going through security and/or customs checkpoints.  Use TSA Pre✓ and CLEAR to go through the TSA checkpoints in … Continue reading

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Charleston International Airport Reopens

Joint Base Charleston has given airlines at Charleston International Airport the all clear to resume operations. Passengers should check flight status information with their air carrier. –Tidelines Editor

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Medicare Coverage and Travel

Did you know that Medicare coverage does not extend to travel outside the US? In a recent email, the information shown below was provided by Medicare. For more information, click here.

Posted in Health and Wellness, In the News, Travel