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.

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, publicly available here. […]

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SCDOT makes Repaving a better opportunity for street changes!

By Amy Johnson Ely | June 27, 2022

SCDOT recently increased the amount of lead time given to local SC planners for when streets will be repaved, by […]

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Legislative Updates: May 18, 2022

By Amy Johnson Ely | May 24, 2022

Successes! S.152, Green Space Sales TaxThis bill was introduced by Senator Davis, and while it almost didn’t pass, it’s now […]

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Bike Month events listed HERE:

By Amy Johnson Ely | May 18, 2022

Click this link to get details on all of these Bike Month events listed below. May 1: Pedal Hilton Head […]

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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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