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Route Changes Effective July 1

The results of the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA), which were unveiled in August 2017, included recommendations for a number of bus route changes. As a result, Greenlink held 16 community meetings throughout the months of October and November 2017, sharing information about the proposed route changes and giving the public an opportunity to provide input on the route designs. Feedback received at the community meetings was incorporated into the routes and the Greenville Transit Authority Board of Directors voted to adopt the new routes in December 2017.
The changes will go into effect on July 1, 2019. Below are links to maps of the new route designs. The routes are also viewable in the FindGreenlink app and on For questions or comments, call 864-467-4544.

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NEW 31-Day Unlimited Ride Pass

In conjunction with the route changes listed above, Greenlink is also launching a new monthly pass product with the TouchPass system. Beginning July 1, customers will be able to use the reloadable TouchPass smart card or the smartphone app to purchase a 31-day unlimited ride pass for $50 (full fare); $42 (student/youth fare); or $25 (senior/Medicare/disability fare).

Greenlink is Independence

Meet Tyler, one of our Greenville Area Paratransit (GAP) customers! 

Tyler Patskoski Testimony YouTube Video
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Cookies with a Cop

Join us at the Greenlink Transit Center on Monday, July 1 for cookies and conversation with local law enforcement officers. The officers will be on site from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. so don’t miss this chance to get to know some of the men and women who serve and protect the Greenville community! Cookies will be provided by Greenlink.

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Meet Greenlink’s Interim Director

James Keel, Greenlink’s interim director, has been with Greenlink since 2015 and previously served as the assistant director. James manages Greenlink’s fixed route, paratransit, and fleet maintenance divisions and is responsible for capital planning and transit-related procurements. Since 2015, he has served as the project manager for the procurement and implementation of the Syncromatics Automated Vehicle Locator (AVL) system, which includes real-time information for customers, the Delerrok TouchPass Ticketing System, Remix Transit Planning and Scheduling Software, and most recently, the Proterra electric bus build and deployment. James also oversees the project to replace Greenlink’s existing maintenance facility, which is being expedited by an $11 million grant from the Federal Transit Administration.
James has a Bachelor of Science in business administration, with a concentration in management, and a Master of Business Administration from East Carolina University (ECU) in Greenville, NC. He began his public transportation career at ECU as an operator and was serving as the charter services manager when he left to come work for Greenlink. 

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 6, 2019. Greenlink experienced a 27% increase in passenger trips on Fare Free Day compared to the previous Saturday (March 30, 2019).
To learn more about sponsoring a Fare Free Day, email

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