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New Circulator Service Fare Free July 5-July 16

To introduce its new Circulator route, Greenlink is providing the Circulator service “fare-free” July 5 -16. In addition to hopping on board at any of the designated stops along the Circulator route, passengers can also take Route 14 from the downtown transit center (100 W McBee Ave) and transfer to the Circulator at any stop along Laurens Road between E. Antrim Drive and Haywood Road, or at CU-ICAR. Transfers from Route 14 to the Circulator are free; however, transfers from the Circulator to any route are not included in the fare-free promotion, and will need to be purchased from the Circulator driver for $0.50. The new Circulator route is part of a series of Greenlink service changes that went into effect July 5. Click here for more information on the service changes.

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City of Greenville - Justin Timberlake Video

We're feeling good in Greenville, South Carolina! The City's new viral music video for Justin Timberlake's song "Can't Stop the Feeling!" has almost 34,000 views and features employees from various City departments. One employee making her video debut is Greenlink Transit Supervisor Jackie Eichelberger, who’s featured at the 1:37 mark. Jackie is originally from Detroit and retired as a Superintendent of Transportation with SMART Transportation prior to moving to Greenville. Jackie has been with Greenlink since 2014, and her favorite thing about working with Greenlink are the relationships she's built with her co-workers and passengers. One of the things she’d like everyone to know about Greenlink is that all Greenlink buses are ADA accessible. When she’s not working, Jackie likes to grill outside and go shopping. The next time you’re downtown, stop by the Transit Center and say hello to Jackie!

Meet the Greenville Transit Authority Board Members

Greenville Transit Authority is the transit agency that owns all the capital assets used within the Greenlink public transportation system, and is the designated recipient of transit funding from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the SC Department of Transportation (SCDOT). Click here to learn more about the GTA Board of Directors.

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Greenlink Education for Employers

Greenlink is currently working with Greenville Health System Memorial Hospital, Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR), Able SC, and the Downtown Merchants Group to help raise awareness about Greenlink and educate potential riders about how to use Greenlink’s services. Is Greenlink a viable transportation option for your local business? Would employees benefit by learning more about Greenlink? For answers, contact Nicole McAden, Greenlink’s Marketing & Program Specialist, at to schedule a presentation for your company. Click here to see if Greenlink is right for you!

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