20 is plenty resolution for the City of Greenville

On July 13, 2020 Greenville City Council heard a staff presentation about the status of the traffic calming program and Council members had much to say.  Council members said they hear about fast moving motor vehicles on neighborhood streets more than any other issue.  Staff emphasized the program to add speed humps, planted medians and…… Continue reading 20 is plenty resolution for the City of Greenville

Jeff Speck towards more walkable communities

Two of us from Bike Walk Greenville enjoyed hearing Jeff Speck speak in Spartanburg on November 7, 2019.  We are very familiar with his work which includes his newest book Walkable City Rules: 101 Steps to Making Better Places                   Speck’s one hour presentation in Spartanburg was…… Continue reading Jeff Speck towards more walkable communities

Is this safe biking infrastructure for those 8 to 80?

“Simpsonville Swamp Rabbit Trail” is a public Facebook Group that was created five years ago to “talk about, create energy and ideas and partner with people that would like to see the Swamp Rabbit Trail come to Simpsonville.” On November 2, 2019 the below news was posted.  We also shared this to the Bike Walk…… Continue reading Is this safe biking infrastructure for those 8 to 80?