Bike Lanes: SCDOT updated their Engineering Directive 22 to lay out how bike lanes are built into roads during repaving opportunities. This Directive specifically enables more opportunities for 4′ shoulders on the Interim East Coast Greenway route (until off road sections are made) and the 6 South Carolina cross state bike routes, and bike facilities from Council of Government approved […]
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.
Equity is a critical part of transportation & recreational biking and walking. This is key at PCC, because we are mission driven to achieve safer and more accessible biking and walking for EVERYONE, whether you are a bike enthusiast, utilitarian walker or bicyclist, or parent wanting safe walking access for your kids in the neighborhood (to […]
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 […]
Learn more at sclivablecommunities.org SCDOT is making headway towards a complete streets policy. The SC Livable Communities Alliance (SCLCA) is the advocacy engine moving the needle to help SCDOT change their street Design, Planning, and Process. You can learn more about the SCLCA, the complete streets campaign founded by Palmetto Cycling Coalition and led by […]