There will be several road closures and Greenlink deviations due to events including NOMA Square Oktoberfest, Walk to End Alzheimer's and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Greenlink is holding multiple public meetings regarding possible changes to Route 504 and Route 508.
The 2019 summit coincided with the momentum Connecting Our Future – an Upstate transportation alliance – is experiencing as it moves toward formal organization.
Greenville's city council will spend $4.9 million of its $8 million budget surplus on affordable housing, public transportation, and neighborhood investment.
Greenville City Council is considering allocating some of the city's more than $6 million budget surplus for affordable housing and public transportation.
A new transportation service has been announced for downtown Greenville. Hop-In is an on-demand electric vehicle that will help to reduce traffic and aid in transportation.
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.
Lessons from Paris
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.
Uber announced Tuesday that Greenville riders will soon be able to schedule rides weeks in advance, saving stress and hassle during the early morning hours.
The Greenville-Pickens Area Transportation Study (GPATS) has started developing its new long-range transportation plan called Horizon2040, and they’re asking the public to weigh in.
Legacy Charter could be base for on-demand electric shuttle service
With development continuing to boom in and around downtown, bike advocates say it’s a key time if Greenville is to become home to more non-car commuters
Imagine a city with driverless, low-speed electric vehicles shuttling people around downtown.
While Greenville’s operating costs would double, the bus system would reach more people