Bike and Pedestrian Projects


SPATS coordinates with several organizations to complete projects identified in our Spartanburg Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan, 2009.

City of Inman

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Inman has been implementing their vision of a completely updated, safe, and walkable community. They have connected schools, parks, the farmer’s market, and other destinations with a system that includes sidewalks, trails, and multi-use paths.

West Side of Spartanburg

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Beginning with the Wadsworth Trail along Willis Road, the plans for the west side of Spartanburg currently include a connection between Willis Road and Oak Grove Road, and will expand to include a network of connected trails, sidewalks, greenways, and park

Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail

learn moreAs the Hub City Connector segment of the Palmetto Trail through Spartanburg County, the Rail Trail is an outdoor transportation spine for Spartanburg.

River Place Park Bridge

learn moreThe ADA-accessible bridge at River Place Park in Lyman behind the Middle Tyger Library on Groce Road filled a much-needed gap in pedestrian connectivity.

Pacolet River Passage Gateway

learn moreUpdates on the Pacolet River Passage Gateway

Cowpens Streetscape

learn moreCowpens Streetscape Phases 1 & 2 completed an important section of sidewalk improvements along Main Street.

Old Furnace Rd Sidewalks

learn moreSidewalks have been constructed on a section of Old Furnace Rd in Boiling Springs