More than 95 works of colorful, original art can be found along streets and in parks around the City of Greenville. Now, Greenville’s art in public places includes bus shelters.
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.
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.
Greenville Transit Authority, aka Greenlink, was awarded a $5 million grant from FTA’s 2020 Low or No-emission “Lo-No” Bus Program. It was the public transportation system’s fourth grant in as many budget cycles, allowing Greenlink to put more green in its bus fleet.
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.
The Well Center in Pendleton is offering free mental health counseling for those with disabilities who are experiencing greater barriers to services and quality of life due to COVID-19.
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...