The Coalition worked collaboratively with SCDOT over the last few years to improve the Rumble Strip policy. The first policy was adopted in 2011, and we’ve since convinced SCDOT to make changes to Rumble Strip design. Ultimately, our goal is to affect changes to where and which roads the SCDOT plans to place Rumble Strips. First, […]
Anything related to how roads and streets are built. Think asphalt, bike lanes, pedestrian refuge islands, cycle tracks, the despised rumble strips, and sidewalks. If it’s in your environment, you ride in it, and it impacts your level of comfort, it’s engineering.
With the PCC serving as Secretary to the program Communities for Cycling, this group serves as a forum and best practice exchange for local planners and engineers wanting to learn about model bicycle and pedestrian planning and design. It turns out there are a LOT of planners and engineers itching to learn the newest bike […]
This year’s National Bike Summit was fascinating. It began with a long series of sessions presented by experts from around the country, and it ended with an enthusiastic speech from our own Mayor Riley of Charleston. We also presented some of our own internal successes. Each state sort of competes against others, but more often […]