- Parks, Recreation & Tourism
- Parks & Trails
- Trails & Bikes
- Swamp Rabbit Trail
- Laurens Road Trail Spurs
Laurens Road Trail Spurs
Project Explores Connections from Green Line Trail to Nicholtown, Gower and Verdae Neighborhoods
The City of Greenville is currently working with consultants AECOM to conceptualize, engineer, permit and construct neighborhood trail connection spurs to the newly constructed Swamp Rabbit Trail Green Line Extension along Laurens Road.
The goal of these trail spurs is to provide a safe and direct connection for the Nicholtown, Gower and Verdae neighborhoods – ideally transitioning from existing neighborhood bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure into a designated shared-use pathway that leads directly into the Green Line of the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail.
All four of the spur routes will require crossing of Laurens Road, which is planned to take place at an updated and safe, signalized intersection.
Public Meeting Scheduled for March 28
City staff will hold a public meeting on the project on Tuesday, March 28, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Think Tank Brew Lab, 101 Airport Road. The public meeting will provide an opportunity for people to learn about and provide feedback on proposed routing of these spur connections.
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This draft overview map shows the location of three proposed trail spurs connecting Laurens Road to the Green Line of the SRT.
This draft map shows an enlarged view of the preferred trail route in the Nicholtown community.
This draft map shows possible trail connection routes in the Nicholtown community.
This draft map shows possible connection routes in the Gower community.
This draft map shows the preferred route in the Verdae/Gower communities.
This draft map shows the preferred route in the Gower community.
This draft map shows a possible alternative connection to Nicholtown via Holland Park, utilizing a new signalized crossing at Holland Park (subject to SCDOT approval).