Palmetto Spokesman
March 2017 News
 
Registration is open!  Come hear a handful of Mayors from around our state 
describe how biking and walking made their cities and towns more livable 
and accessible.  Check the  agenda here. This 2 day, statewide event in Columbia, SC lets you learn and network with hundreds of other community leaders, transportation professionals, and elected officials, Main Street officials, school district officers, principals, SRTS champions, law enforcement, 
and bike and walk enthusiasts. Register today!

Also, don't miss the special PCC Auction Thursday night!
H.3615:  an Update
H.3615, the Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety bill, passed favorably through the House subcommittee recently, and just yesterday it passed favorably through the House Education & Public Works committee! 

Stay tuned for an important Action Alert before this bill gets it House vote next week!
PCC Board Member becomes 
ED  of Charleston Moves


One Officer at Large on our Board of Directors is the one and only Katie Zimmerman, and she recently became the new Executive Director of Charleston Moves! We are thrilled! Katie formerly worked on similar issues with the Coastal Conservation League, as their Director of Air, Water, and Public Health.  Welcome Katie!
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Local Spotlights:   NACTO has landed.











Within the past 2 years, Greenville, Columbia, and Spartanburg  decided they would do something unique in how they design their streets.  Unique to the entire state of South Carolina, so far. And they did it.   They changed some street designs in a way SCDOT isn't ready for them to do. Two of these three are on city owned streets, so they achieved it pretty quickly, and the last one is partially on a state owned street, so is taking a little longer to happen.  Since  public streets are any city's largest real estate holding, it's a big deal when a city does something unique to its streets.  We spend so much of our public life in our streets, so we always notice when changes are made to them. Each of these changes are not yet SCDOT approved designs (we aim now to change that), but they are endorsed by the Federal Highway Administration, and initially created by NACTO (National Association of City Transportation Officials).  We simply think this is awesome. Thanks for the inspiration.
Local Spotlight:  
Charleston to launch Bike Share!

Charlesto n-based Gotcha Bike plans to launch a bicycle share program in downtown Charleston in  May
Charleston City Council recently voted to allow the bike company to operate the service on the peninsula. Charleston Moves is thrilled.  Read the blogpost on it here. 
Good Read:  Hairdryers in Hopeman
Let's call this one pop up Enforcement.  Enjoy!
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May 4-5
Traffic Skills 101, Charlotte
May 13
May 15-19
May 20
The full calendar  has more.
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Amy Johnson Ely
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amy@pccsc.net
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