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Proposed Route Changes

The results of the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA), which were unveiled at an Open House on August 24, include recommendations for a number of bus route changes.  
As a result, Greenlink will hold 16 community meetings throughout the months of October and November to share information about the proposed route changes and give the public an opportunity to provide input on the route designs.
Feedback received at the community meetings will be incorporated into the routes and the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors will vote to adopt the new routes this winter. The changes are expected to go into effect in summer 2018.
View a list of all the meetings and access maps of the proposed changes.

Proterra E2 Catalyst

$1.45 Million Awarded to GTA for Electric Buses

On September 15, the Federal Transit Administration announced $55 million in grant awards through its Low or No Emission (Low-No) Vehicle Program, which funds the development of transit buses and infrastructure that use advanced fuel technologies. A total of 51 projects in 39 states will receive a share of the funding, with project awards ranging from $408,000 to $1.75 million. Greenville Transit Authority (GTA) will receive $1.45 million to purchase two zero-emission, battery-electric buses and charging equipment from local bus manufacturer Proterra.
More about the grant award

Greenville Heritage Federal Credit Union

Try Transit Month

Mayor Knox White has proclaimed October as Try Transit Month in the city of Greenville, and Greenlink has a series of events planned to celebrate. Try Transit Month is part of an ongoing initiative to educate Greenville County residents about the economic and environmental benefits of public transit and encourage citizens who don't typically use public transportation to ride Greenlink.
Highlights include:

  • Story time with a bus driver
  • Presentation by Greenville Health System on the cost of health-related transportation
  • Transportation summit to kick-off a vision for the Upstate
  • Transit Trivia
  • Fare Free Friday sponsored by Greenville Heritage Federal Credit Union

View the full list of events

New Trolley Route Maps Available for Download

Maps of Greenlink’s new trolley routes are now available online for download and print. Each map includes the trolley stops and popular destinations along the route, as well as public parking and restroom locations.

Greenlink Trolleys

Looking For A Fun Way to Introduce Greenlink to a Group?

Greenlink has partnered with the Piedmont Health Foundation to offer transit “field trips.” These outings give Greenville County residents an opportunity to ride a Greenlink bus for the first time and listen to an educational presentation by Greenlink staff. Learn more and to schedule a field trip for your group!

Bike Lids

Reserve Your Downtown Bike Locker

Fall’s cooler temperatures and changing leaves make it the perfect season for bicycling!
Looking for a safe, convenient place to store your bike downtown so you will always be ready for an impromptu ride on the Swamp Rabbit Trail? For just $50, you can rent one of Greenlink’s unique personal bike lockers, called BikeLids, for six months. Learn more about Greenlink’s bike locker program

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