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Public Input for Greenlink Improvements

Greenlink will host a drop-in style open house at the Transfer Center (100 W. McBee Avenue) on April 27 to give citizens an opportunity to learn about the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA) currently underway and provide input on existing and future transit services. Members of the public can drop in at their convenience anytime between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.

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New Greenlink Service: Passenger Orientation

Greenlink offers new customers a way to familiarize themselves with our vehicles and boarding procedures in a controlled, relaxed environment prior to their first time riding Greenlink. Because vehicles used for orientation sessions are not actively in service, they also allow ample time for passengers with disabilities to get acquainted with the vehicle features designed to assist and protect them.
The orientation session lasts approximately one hour and covers:

  • How to plan a bus trip
  • How to board and pay the fare
  • How to ride and signal a stop request
  • How to load and unload a bicycle on the bicycle rack

The passenger orientation is provided on an individual basis by request, so if you are interested in scheduling an orientation session, please contact our office at 864-298-2756 or by email at

Carpool Karaoke

Carpool Karaoke: Greenlink Edition

Greenlink gets a surprise passenger with Greenville City Councilmember Jil Littlejohn! Enjoy a carefree public transportation ride and sing along to hits by The Beach Boys, Ray Charles, and Billy Ocean on this issue of Carpool Karaoke: Greenlink Edition!

iMAGINE Upstate

Sponsor Highlight: iMAGINE Upstate Festival

Greenlink’s latest Fare Free Day on April 1, which was sponsored by iMAGINE Upstate and Ten at the Top, resulted in a 79% increase in ridership compared to the previous Saturday! Please contact Greenlink if you would like to sponsor a Fare Free Day in the coming months.

Bike vs. Bus vs. Car Race

On Friday, April 21, a bicyclist, a Greenlink bus rider and a motorist will compete to see who has the shortest morning commute to Greenville City Hall at 206 South Main Street. This friendly competition is a celebration of Earth Day and part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness about alternative transportation options in Greenville. Competitors are expected to cross the finish line in front of City Hall around 8:20 a.m. Be there to cheer on the contestants!

Momentum Bike Club

Local Bike Club Tours Greenville by Bus

On April 10, Greenlink hosted members of Momentum Bike Clubs for a bus tour to visit branches of the Greenville County Library System. After their bus tour, the youth participated in a Q&A session with Greenlink's transit planner to learn more about Greenlink's services. Contact if your group would be interested in learning more about Greenlink!

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Speaking of Bikes…Reserve Your Bike Locker Now!

Spring is here and the warm weather makes for a great bike ride in downtown Greenville, but if you are tired of loading up your bike in your car to start your ride from Falls Park, Greenlink has 10 bike lockers located throughout downtown!
The benefits of Greenlink’s bike locker program include protecting your bicycle from inclement weather conditions and helping secure bikes from theft and vandalism. Lockers are rented for six-month periods at the low rate of $50. There is an additional $40 refundable deposit for the key and lock. Contact Nicole McAden at or 864.298.2756 to reserve your locker now!

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