Greenlink, the public transportation system in Greenville County, has extended its service hours to11:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and is offering a new 7-day pass for purchase via TouchPass.
Here are some tips and information about getting around and transportation in Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and Pickens counties.
The Upstate Mobility Alliance (UMA), a coalition of public, private and community partners, is committed to building cross-sector and cross-jurisdictional partnerships to expand mobility and transportation options across the Upstate.
After a pause in service due to COVID-19, Greenlink has resumed its popular trolley service in downtown Greenville with a redesigned trolley route network.
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Trolley service to Greenville’s Village of West Greenville Arts District and the Augusta Road area will resume this Thursday, June...
The Greenville community celebrated the addition of two new 40-foot Proterra Catalyst E2 buses to the county’s public transportation fleet...
The City of Greenville said by this summer, there might be a lot less congestion on Woodruff Road once a connection road finishes construction.