Safety. Access. Education.

PCC is the convener of the SC Livable Communities Alliance, which successfully advocated for SCDOT's adoption of the Departmental Directive for Complete Streets, a new seachange in SCDOT street planning, design, and funding.

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Mission

To make South Carolina bicycle and pedestrian friendly, by improving safety through better access and education, to promote healthy lifestyles and livable and economically viable communities.

A Tribute to Paul LeFrancois and Jim Cox

By PCC | September 15, 2021

Written by Jim Cox, Greenwood, SC The Palmetto Cycling Coalition and cycling community of South Carolina are proud to recognize […]

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ACTION ALERT: Columbia Road Safety Audit!

By Amy Johnson Ely | August 2, 2021

APPENDIX A: Specific suggested improvements for Columbia’s 5 Points, on Harden, Devine, and Blossom Streets Corridor Improvements: Road Diets Why: […]

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SCDOT has 2 new policies!

By Amy Johnson Ely | July 28, 2021

Bike Lanes: SCDOT updated their Engineering Directive 22 to lay out how bike lanes are built into roads during repaving […]

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What is Transportation Equity?

By Amy Johnson Ely | July 28, 2021

Equity is a critical part of transportation & recreational biking and walking. This is key at PCC, because we are […]

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SCDOT updates Roadway Design Manual

By Amy Johnson Ely | March 13, 2021

Last month we reported that SCDOT adopted the Departmental Directive for Complete Streets, culminating a 4 year campaign. Then all […]

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SCDOT adopts Complete Streets policy

By Amy Johnson Ely | February 5, 2021

Yesterday, SCDOT announced adoption of their Departmental Directive for Complete Streets (their press release here). Read the policy here. Since […]

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