Yesterday, SCDOT announced adoption of their Departmental Directive for Complete Streets (their press release here). ...
During our final call with the Secretary of Transportation to discuss her draft internal complete streets policy, we arrived at these 2 challenges:1. SCDOT doesn’t want to “hit MPO’s over the head” with systemic, minimum standards of accommodation (IE, near schools), even if locally sensitive to context. Rather, they want to provide a “toolkit” to the […]
This year’s agenda will be driven by our Virtual Lobby Day for Safe Streets! The 2021 Legislative session will prove to be challenging, but PCC doesn’t shy away from challenges. Because of the pandemic, most of Lobby Day will be online, via Zoom, including trainings and meetings, but some in-person meetings may occur (with masks). […]
Tell SCDOT what you think about their Multimodal Transportation Plan! For the next 20 years SCDOT has set their Vision, Goals, Objectives, Performance Management, and Funding Prioritization, and they won’t rethink this for another 5 years. The Palmetto Cycling Coalition read through all 161 pages and formed a comment letter, in coordination with the SC […]
Please consider donating to PCC duringMidlands Gives, May 5,(https://www.midlandsgives.org/palmettocycling). Your donations are critical to continuing our work! We are a lean organization, now feeling the impact of the current times, due to many cancelled fundraising rides. Our goal May 5th is $10,000, with the first $1500 matched dollar-for-dollar by Cycle Center bike shop and the […]