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FindGreenlink App

Greenlink App

Greenlink recently launched a new smartphone app called “FindGreenlink.” The free app assists customers who worry about whether they’ve missed the bus; provides real-time location, which enables more accurate trip planning; and lets customers know how full the bus is. The app also allows users to mark their favorite stops and routes; set reminders; get alerts; plan their trip; and access general information.

Download the free app by searching for “FindGreenlink” in the iOS or Android app store. There is also a desktop version of the tool available at TrackGreenlink.com

Bike vs. Bus vs. Car teaser

Bike vs. Bus vs. Car Race 

To commemorate Earth Day, on Friday, April 20, a bicycle, a bus, and a car will compete to see which gets to work faster during rush hour. The “race” will begin at the Greenlink bus shelter at the intersection of East North Street and Prescott Street and the finish line will be in front of Greenville City Hall on Main Street. Check out this teaser and place your bets! Then, stay tuned to the City of Greenville’s Facebook page for the results!

TDP Evaluated Routes

April 26 Open House

The Greenville Transit Authority (GTA) has finalized the 2020-24 Transit Development Plan (TDP) study of the Greenlink transit system and will hold a drop-in style open house on Thursday, April 26 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Transit Center (100 West McBee Avenue). The purpose of the open house is to provide an opportunity for Greenville County residents to learn more about the study and view the final recommendations from Connetics Transportation Group, the firm hired by GTA to conduct the study. 

The goal of the study is to create a plan to improve the Greenlink network so that it is more useful to residents in Greenville County. The plan identifies potential expansions in fixed route bus service, estimates the cost to implement these expansions, estimates the potential ridership gain that would occur from such expansions, and lists possible funding sources to be explored. Examples of possible improvements include extending evening service, increasing frequency of service, establishing Sunday service, and creating new bus routes to connect unserved areas. While the recommendations will be discussed at the open house, implementation of any changes will require further financial investment.

iMAGINE Upstate Festival Flyer

Sponsor a Fare Free Day

Greenlink recently partnered with iMAGINE Upstate and Ten at the Top to offer Fare Free Day in conjunction with the fourth annual iMAGINE Upstate fueled by ScanSource on Saturday, April 7. Fare Free Day resulted in a 29% increase in passenger trips compared to the Saturday preceding the event (March 31).
 
Contact nmcaden@greenvillesc.gov if you are interested in sponsoring a Fare Free Day for Greenlink customers.

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