Anderson, Clemson Buses Rolling Away From Diesel

Public transportation agencies in Clemson and Anderson have received approvals of grant applications that will accelerate moves away from diesel engines and toward low-emission alternatives. Read the story.

Transit Service to Belton, Honea Path Now In Operation

A grant from the SC Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) is funding a pilot program for Anderson's Electric City Transit to add bus service to Belton and Honea Path. Read the story

See the kickoff celebration for Electric City transit's new Purple Route with service to Belton and Honea Path and extension of the Gold Route to serve several employers on Masters Boulevard. View the video.

The Anderson Area Transportation Study (ANATS) is offering Anderson area residents the opportunity to comment on the current transportation network in the Anderson community. Take the survey.



Greenlink 2020-2024 Transit Development Plan Calls For Increased Service Hours, Expanded Routes

The five-year plan requires additional funding from Greenville County. Read the plan designed to improve Greenlink’s fixed route and paratransit network so it is useful to more residents and businesses throughout the City and County of Greenville.

Greenlink Secures $11 Million Grant for New Bus Maintenance Facility

Greenville's transit system has been awarded an $11 million grant by the U.S. Department of Transportation to help build a modern maintenance facility. The total cost of the facility is estimated at about $20 million. The grant requires local matching funds. Read more.

$1.45M Grant Will Allow Greenville to Buy Two Proterra Buses  

Greenlink, the transit authority system for the city of Greenville and Greenville County, will receive a $1.45 million grant to purchase two Proterra zero-emission buses and two charging stations. Read the story.

State's First Protected Bike Lane Now Fully-Implemented in Greenville

The City of Greenville, Bike Walk Greenville and the city's Green Ribbon Advisory Committee (GRAC) Mobility Task Force all were instrumental in this first for South Carolina. Learn more.  


CAT Reimagining Study  

Clemson Area Transit (CATbus) completed a study in May 2017 that takes a fresh look at routes, fleet deployment, service delivery options and future capital needs to increase ridership and operational efficiency. Read the study.

CAT Holds Public Hearings on New Bus Schedules for Clemson, Central

CAT is hosting three public hearings on new schedules for its Red and Campus routes when Clemson University is in session. Campus stops would come every 5-6 minutes and the Red Route would run every 15 minutes Monday through Thursday, with a turnaround at Central’s Town Hall. Read the story.

City of Pickens Receives $500K Grant for Doodle Trail Work

The Appalachian Regional Commission approved the City of Pickens' request for $500,000 to create the Pickens Doodle Park, part of the Pickens Doodle Trailhead Project. Read the story.


Spartanburg Area Transportation Study (SPATS)

Revised annually, the SPATS Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) contains all approved federally funded transportation projects within the Spartanburg County urban area.  See the updates.

SPATS Bike and Pedestrian Program

SPATS works with various organizations to connect destinations with infrastructure for cyclists and pedestrians. Projects focus on accessibility and connectivity.  Learn more about these projects.