The State of Our Streets

A study on crashes involving people walking and bicycling in SC shows need for state-level action.

Action Alert

Submit a Public Comment to SCDOT, before August 24, 2018! The SC Livable Communities Alliance (SCLCA) welcomes SCDOT’s renewed focus on safety for people walking and bicycling through this year’s new funding allocation in their Highway Safety Improvement Plan (HSIP)...

Walkability in Northeast Columbia

by Michael Dantzler It’s been a few years since I lived in the Summit neighborhood.  One of perks of living in the Summit is the access to safe trails and sidewalk infrastructure.  A couple times a week, I would walk and run along Summit Parkway. I felt safe with how...

Community Spotlight: Olin Jenkins

Corrine Reed | Palmetto Cycling Coalition A few weeks back, we interviewed Olin Jenkins, a Columbia native who regularly commutes by bicycle, and only uses his car to get to church and to commute in bad weather.  He is one of the most dedicated bicyclists in Columbia...

The South Carolina Livable Communities Alliance supports the planning, designing, operation, and maintenance of public highways in a manner that provides safe, convenient and comfortable travel and access for users of all ages and abilities, regardless of their mode of transportation.

SC Livable Communities Alliance

Join us in our initiative to bring a multimodal policy to South Carolina, so we can see a healthier, safer, more equitable and economicaly sustainable state. Let's get started.