SC Bicycle News of the Last Week

Here’s a roundup of the last week’s news relating to bicycling in South Carolina.  From the mountains to the sea, we’ve got you covered!  You can always stay up to date on news by subscribing to our general news RSS feed, where we compile all of the latest in a FeedBurner site.

12/25/10.  In Greenville, a $5.1 million project to transform Church Street into a tree-lined boulevard with bike lanes near downtown Greenville could be about to take shape.  Unfortunately, to view this article you’ve got to be a subscriber and pay.

12/28/10.  A teenager riding his bike in North Charleston was struck by a truck and taken to the hospital.  No word on his injuries.  Police report that the cyclist contributed to the crash while listening to music in headphones and trying to pass the truck.  More here.

12/29/10.  Local advocates and residents in the Midlands wonder if the Columbia side of the Three Rivers Greenway will ever be finished.  More.

12/29/10.  In the City of Charleston, code enforcement is on the hunt to remove abandoned bikes that are unsightly and vandalized.  More.

12/29/10.  Speaking of greenways in Columbia, advocates and residents also want the rail//trail conversion to happen on the old railroad line near the Vista.  More in the Free Times.

***And we overlooked this from last Thursday!***

12/30/10.  Distractions also dangerous temptations to bicycle riders.  More.

Happy New Year from all of us at the Palmetto Cycling Coalition!

A post card celebrating the Jewish New Year.
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