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.

PCC Funding Guide: 2nd Edition

By Amy Johnson Ely | November 8, 2022

First published in 2016, PCC will soon release the 2nd Edition, titled “Biking and WalkingInfrastructure & Programs in South Carolina: […]

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PCC welcomes Joanne Burkett!

By Amy Johnson Ely | October 13, 2022

We are thrilled to welcome Joanne Burkett as our new Community Engagement Manager! Joanne will lead our Bike, Walk, Trails […]

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PCC hiring!

By Amy Johnson Ely | July 20, 2022

The Palmetto Cycling Coalition (PCC) is seeking a Community Engagement Manager (CEM) who is dynamic, highly motivated, and passionately committed […]

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Introducing the SCDOT Pedestrian & Bike Safety Action Plan!!

By Amy Johnson Ely | June 30, 2022

PCC participated as a key stakeholder in SCDOT’s development of their 2022 Pedestrian & Bike Safety Action Plan. This Plan […]

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2021 Year in Review

By Amy Johnson Ely | December 8, 2021

2021 brought years of SCDOT advocacy to a point of celebration: a Complete Streets policy! It only happened because of […]

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SCDOT funding changes from new Infrastructure bill

By Amy Johnson Ely | November 22, 2021

The new federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), also known as the bipartisan infrastructure bill, is now law. We […]

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