Work on the Church Street bridge that was expected to start in April has been delayed, giving the City of Greenville more time to push for the state to install a protected bicycle and pedestrian lane instead of little-used sidewalks.
The Greenville City Council is expected to pass a resolution Monday night urging the state Department of Transportation to install a protected bicycle and pedestrian lane when it rehabilitates the Church Street bridge this spring.
When the state Department of Transportation rehabilitates the Church Street bridge this spring, the City of Greenville wants it to install a protected bicycle and pedestrian lane instead of sidewalks.
Greenlink, Greenville County’s public transportation system, receives significantly less money from local sources than its counterparts in comparable cities in the Southeast, according to a study released Wednesday by the Piedmont Health Foundation.
A group of local public and private entities in Spartanburg County have teamed up with the South Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT) and raised $500,000 to beautify the Interstate 85 Business Loop by replacing a eyesore chain-link fence with more attractive barriers.
The Center for Connected Multimodal Mobility will aim to make accidents a rarity and keep traffic moving without stopping for lights on the busiest highways — including, perhaps, Woodruff Road.
How should development happen along the Reedy River? The conversation on both sides continues
Rail moves at inland port in Spartanburg County have increased nearly 31 percent since the start of the fiscal year in July.
Attention, Woodruff Road motorists. Measures to alleviate holiday traffic congestion are in place beginning today.
Anthony Ferrigno, 20, was driving south on U.S. 25 when he ran off the road and overturned in the median. The cause of the deadly crash remains a mystery. But many believe it was due to poor road conditions.
This accomplishment was achieved after 14 years of continuous operations without a lost time event while supporting multiple clients in the chemical, petro-chemical and automotive markets.
South Carolina legislators may have revamped the state’s bicycle safety laws to legally require drivers to leave a safe passing distance between them and cyclists and made it a crime to harass cyclists, but a bike attorney says much more can be done.
A consultant working on updating Greenville’s bike master plan has identified 50 potential locations for protected bike lanes in the city. The top five are on key downtown streets off of Main Street.