During this community crisis, biking & walking can provide community connection, mental relief, physical fitness, and transit utility. They can be your path to resilience, individually and with your community. So go for a ride or a walk. It’s more important now than ever. Get out and ride. Citadel researchers, studying fitness for military recruitment, […]
Author Archive | Amy Johnson Ely
2019 was a busy year for PCC, to put it mildy. Starting from a whirlwind of legislative testimony we organized for H.3656, the complete streets bill, through the constant pressure we hold on SCDOT to pass that policy, we had a consistent refrain: “persistence”. So what did we do? Take a look: Grew the grassroots […]
Led by the Palmetto Cycling Coalition, we organized lobby day in partnership with the National Safety Council, Citizens for Safe Streets, Bicycle Corporation of America, Greenville Spinners Bicycle Club, ABATE (motorcycle lobby for SC), and many other individuals. This Alliance of Safe Streets advocates focused on S.723, the Hands Free bill, among a longer list […]
Secretary of Transportation Christy Hall unveiled the beginnings of a safer South Carolina for people biking and walking.