Aug
7
11:30 AM11:30

Connecting Our Future

As the Upstate region continues to grow, moving people and goods across the region, increasing access to transportation and reducing traffic congestion are key issues that must be addressed both at the local and at the regional level.

Interested stakeholders from across the Upstate have been working with a consultant team over the last eight months to develop a regional vision and actionable strategies to improve mobility, transportation and connectivity across the 10-county Upstate Region.

Please join Ten at the Top on August 7th for the Vision and Strategy Rollout. This event will include an overview of our challenges and opportunities, as well as ways that we can work collaboratively moving forward to impact these critical issues.

The event will be a luncheon from 11:30 am-1:30 pm. You are also invited following the luncheon to stay for a special session focused on next steps.

Individual Ticket Price: $25* (includes lunch)

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Jul
11
11:00 AM11:00

UTC Membership Meeting

The Piedmont Health Foundation and United Ministries have partnered together to expose community stakeholders to the realities of gentrification and its impact right in the heart of Greenville. Experience an often underrepresented part of the City of Greenville and learn about the consequences of our sudden growth. After the tour, the group will discuss how transportation and affordable housing are tied together.

Park at the United Ministries Learning Center (503 Vardry). Lunch will be provided. If you have any questions, dietary restirctions, or other concerns; email Sean Rusnak at Seanrusnak@piedmonthealthfoundation.org. 

Seats are limited. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/utc-gentrification-field-trip-and-panel-tickets-46439480737

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Mar
14
9:00 AM09:00

UTC Membership Meeting

  • 216 South Pleasantburg Drive Greenville, SC, 29607 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Topic: Bike Walk Greenville & The Swamp Rabbit Trail


Come out to our March meeting to hear about the Swamp Rabbit Trail expansion efforts and Bike Walk Greenville initiatives to build more trail spurs and advocate for protected bike lanes.

Presenter(s):

Frank Mansbach, Bike Walk Greenville Executive Director

Tim Hibbard, Bike Walk Greenville Board of Directors Chairman

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Feb
14
9:00 AM09:00

UTC Membership Meeting

  • Greenville Tech Buck Mickel Center - Room 188 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come out to our February meeting to hear from experts on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and how the legislation applies to transportation accessibility.

Presenter(s):

  • Rob Sneed, Civil Rights Coordinator, U.S. Attorney’s Office District of South Carolina
  • David Knight, Disability Rights Section, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice (tentative)
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Dec
13
9:00 AM09:00

UTC Membership Meeting

  • Buck Mickel Center - Room 188 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Guest Speaker: Nina Staggers, Director of Grants for the SC Department of Employment and Workforce

Ms. Staggers, along with leads from Anderson and Spartanburg, will discuss Upstate projects receiving $100,000 DEW grants to implement or expand existing public transportation to give people more direct access to work and job training sites.  

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Nov
16
7:00 AM07:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: Greenlink Transit Center

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Nov
14
5:30 PM17:30

Greenlink Public Meeting

  • West Greenville Community Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Where: West Greenville Community Center

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Nov
14
1:30 PM13:30

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: GHS Memorial - Medical Staff Auditorium

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Nov
13
11:00 AM11:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

  • Simpsonville Activity & Senior Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Where: Simpsonville Activity & Senior Center

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Nov
9
12:00 PM12:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

  • Greenville State Farmers Market (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Where: State Farmers Market - Retail 2B

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Nov
8
9:00 AM09:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

  • Greenville Tech Buck Mickel Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Where: Greenville Tech Buck Mickel Center - Room 188

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Nov
6
3:00 PM15:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: CU-ICAR - TD Gallery

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Nov
1
9:00 AM09:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: Harvest Hope Food Bank

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Oct
27
8:30 AM08:30

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: St. Francis Eastside - Entrance C Room 301

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Oct
26
6:00 PM18:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: Nicholtown Community Center

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Oct
25
10:00 AM10:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: Furman University Trone Student Center - Watkins Room

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Oct
24
4:00 PM16:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: Mauldin Cultural Center

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Oct
21
2:00 PM14:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: Sans Souci Church

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Oct
19
3:00 PM15:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: Taylors Library

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Oct
17
3:00 PM15:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: Augusta Road Library

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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Oct
16
3:00 PM15:00

Greenlink Public Meeting

Where: University Center - Auditorium

What: Proposed route changes to the Greenlink fixed-route bus network

Why: Greenlink conducted a Comprehensive Operations Analysis throughout the spring. This study’s purpose was to identify improvements that will increase Greenlink’s efficiency and improve service delivery without an increase in resources. A main recommendation from the report is to make changes to the Greenlink routes. How: Overall, the route changes will:
- Increase bi-directional route miles, which is when a bus services both sides of the road rather than traveling loop routes, by 62.9%
- Increase opportunities to transfer between routes outside of the downtown Transit Center by 50%
- Offer more efficient, reliable, and dependent service to 98% of Greenlink’s existing customers

Who: Contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s marketing and public affairs specialist, with any questions or comments: nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov or 864-298-2756

When: Greenlink will host 16 drop-in public meetings to provide opportunities for Greenville County residents to learn about the proposed changes and give input. Once the public’s feedback has been incorporated into the proposed routes, the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the routes, with an anticipated implementation of summer 2018.

Drop in anytime during a meeting to:
- Learn about proposed changes to specific routes
- See enlarged maps of the existing system and compare them to the proposed system
- Talk with Greenlink staff about the changes
- Provide your input and feedback about the proposed changes

Things Greenlink wants to know:
- What do you like about the proposed network?
- How would you change the proposal?
- Why are these route changes important to you?
- What impact would these changes have on your community?

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