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 […]
Anything related to the planning required before you see the engineering. This includes performance measures set to guide investments, bike master plans to map out where bikeways will be, and a Bike Advisory Committee to inform the planners.
This year, we celebrate a 20 year Anniversary. In 1995, a group of volunteers decided our state needed some changes for safer bicycling, so the Palmetto Cycling Coalition was started. Our mission and work has evolved, and our 20 Year Annual Report is in the making so you can see the history of our state bike […]
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, […]
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 […]