Ever wonder where the money comes from to build a street, complete with infrastructure for everyone: the people driving, bicycling, walking, or riding a wheelchair to a bus stop? Where does the money come from, to build these public spaces and transportation corridors. Read our guide: “Funding Biking and Walking Infrastructure and Programs in SC: […]
Anything related to how our laws are enforced by police officers. Think about when police officers do that, including penalties from bike or bike-car collisions, ticket diversion programs, etc.
Thank you to the 2016 Midlands Gives donors. Because of you, PCC can continue to advocate for better bicycling in South Carolina, through our work with the state legislature, state agencies, and community empowerment. Thank you! Bikelaw matched the first $1000 donated. We’ll take this opportunity to let you guys in on one of the […]
Latest Action Alert from People for Bikes, H.3909 Latest Action Alert from PCC, H.3909 Vote was postponed, but we need you to urge your Senator to bring it to a vote by the end of May. Status in State Legislature: The Dylan P. Mitchell Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Act passed the House in 2015, and […]
For now the 12th year in a row, we attended the National Bike Summit in DC and coordinated the SC delegation on Lobby day. The mood in DC was very different this year. The League of American Bicyclists (LAB) has a new Executive Director, and Congress recently passed the FAST Act. New LAB Director Alex Doty expressed […]