More than a dozen stretches of Richland County roads are recommended to receive bicycle-friendly upgrades within the next two years as part of the county’s penny sales tax to fund transportation projects.
The Richland County Transportation Penny Program is hosting a public meeting Monday to discuss plans for proposed bikeway projects on these streets:
▪ Broad River Road
▪ Catawba Street
Never miss a local story.
▪ Williams/Catawba/Tryon/Heyward/Lincoln streets
▪ Chester/Elmwood/Wayne streets
▪ Clement/Duke River Drive
▪ College/Laurens/Oak streets
▪ Edgefield/Park streets
▪ Elmwood Avenue
▪ Fort Jackson Boulevard
▪ Greene Street
▪ Heyward/Marion/Superior streets
▪ Saluda Avenue
▪ Whaley Street.
The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Lourie Center, 1650 Park Circle.
To see a map of these and other proposed future bikeway projects to be funded by the county transportation sales tax, visit www.richlandpenny.com/project-plan/project-map.
Reach Ellis at (803) 771-8307.
If you go
What: Meeting to discuss proposed bikeway projects funded by the Richland County transportation penny sales tax
When: 6:30 p.m. Monday
Where: The Lourie Center, 1650 Park Circle