Greenlink implemented multiple changes to its fixed routes on July 1, 2019, and now that the redesigned routes have been in service for six months, the Greenlink staff is hosting a series of customer listening sessions to gauge their effectiveness.Read more
From Amy Ryberg Doyle: Many of you have asked about repaving Stone Avenue. In the upcoming SCDOT 2020 contract, Stone Avenue from Bennett to Rutherford Road will be repaved. Thanks to the hard work of SC Representative Jason Elliott.
Greenlink has worked with Google Maps to make using public transportation in Greenville even more convenient. Customers can get real-time bus arrival predictions with Google Maps, a popular navigation and mapping service, that now uses data provided by Greenlink. GoogleRead more
Welcome to Our Newest Business Member Angela Reid is a realtor with Coldwell Banker Caine. She moved to Greenville in 2004 after working in the realty business in Colorado. She works with her mother, Karen Mascaro,Read more
Thanks to all those who braved the rain to come out to the NMCA Town Hall Meeting. And also thanks to Council Members Amy Ryberg Doyle and Lilian Brock Flemming, and to Eric Conner and the Greenville News for moderatingRead more
The Greenville News will provide live video of a ‘State of the City’ forum this Thursday with two Greenville City Council members about issues related to the city’s unprecedented growth. The forum, sponsored by the North Main Community Association, will feature councilwomen Amy Ryberg DoyleRead more
Traffic, Growth, Crosswalks and Trees! Join your neighbors and members of City Council at the State of the City Thursday, November 1 6:00pm Stone Academy – 115 Randall Street 29609 Moderated by Eric Connor of The Greenville News Read more
On November 1 at the State of the City Town Hall Meeting at Stone Academy, Greenville News City Hall and Downtown Reporter Eric Connor will ask questions that are generated by you! Some issues already surfaced include development, growth, traffic, safety, Wade Hampton, sidewalks and trees.Read more
Some of you have noticed a camera above the traffic light at Main and Stone. According to the city, they were installed to assist with detecting traffic volume which in turn coordinates the lights changing at the intersection.
Please join your neighbors and members of City Council at the State of the City Presented by The North Main Community Association A Town Hall format with City Council Members Amy Ryberg Doyle & Lillian Brock Flemming Thursday, November 1Read more