Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan

South Carolina's first bicycle-friendly community

City leaders have made creating bicycle infrastructure, increased bicycle facilities and education investments a priority. Bicycle lane mileage has quadrupled and the number of bicycle racks has increased fivefold since the Bike Town Initiative. In 2011, Spartanburg created B-Cycle the first bike-sharing program in the Southeast. The City also is the host for the Assault on Mount Mitchell and the annual Spartanburg Classic Criterium, held every May downtown.

As a result, the City was named the state's first Bicycle Friendly Community in 2007 and again in 2012. The BFC award inspired the development of a new county and citywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.

Plan Documents

Bicycle-Pedestrian Plan IntroductionBicycle-Pedestrian Plan Cover

Chapter 1 IntroductionChapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 - Existing ConditionsChapter 2 - Existing Conditions

Chapter 2 ChartChapter 2 Chart 

Chapter 3 Demand AnalysisChapter 3 Demand Analysis

Chapter 4 Bicycle NetworkChapter 4 Bicycle Network

Chapter 5 Pedestrian NetworkChapter 5 Pedestrian Network

Chapter 6 Municipality ProjectsChapter 6 Municipality Projects