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H.3909: Where it Stands

For 2 years, PCC focused on bringing the Dylan Paul Mitchell Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Act to fruition.  By June 2, 2016, the last day of the legislative session, it finally achieved affirmative votes in both legislative Chambers.  Then in an unusual turn of events, it died in a strong-arm parliamentary maneuver by Representative Dwight Loftis […]

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What is H. 3909?

Update:  H.3909 passed the House in May, 2015.  It currently resides in the SC Senate. Known as the 2015 Dylan Paul Mitchell Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety bill, this piece of SC legislation aims to make our streets safer.  We all want to travel here and there, by our chosen means, in the safest possible way. […]

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Controlled Access Highway Bill Becomes Law

Big news for coastal bicyclists this week! On Monday, Gov. Haley signed bill S.1375 into law, allowing communities to file exemptions to allow bicyclists and pedestrians to use controlled access highways. The death of Dr Mitch Hollon last July brought the issue into the spotlight, and Charleston Moves and Coastal Conservation League have worked tirelessly […]

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