Bus Route Changes
Trolley Network Changes 2022 Effective June 2
What Will Change?
Greenlink is eliminating Route 904: Attractions route and redesigning Route 903: West Greenville route to accommodate these changes. Updates to the Route 903: West Greenville route will ensure continued service to Heritage Green and will add service to Unity Park.
Route 902 will extend service along Pendleton to Trolley Stop: Pendleton Street and North Calhoun Street (Stop ID 3036).
Stops that Will No Longer Be Served:
|Stop Name||Stop ID|
600 Block N Main St (IB)
N Main St & W Park Ave
W Washington St & S Laurens St
E Washington St & S Irvine St
Greenville Zoo Entrance
E Stone Ave & Wade Hampton Blvd
E Stone Ave & E North St
Buncombe St & Whitner St
100 Block S Main St
206 S Main St (City Hall)
S Main St & W Broad St
Field St Condominiums
S Main St & Wardlaw St (IB)
700 Block S Main St
River St & Falls Park Dr
Stops that Will Experience Reduced Service:
The following stops will experience reduced service as they will now only be served by Route 902: South Main.
|Stop Name||Stop ID|
S Main St & Falls Park Dr
600 Block S Main St
720 S Main St
S Main St & Wardlaw St (OB)
S Main St & N Markley St
River St & W Court St (IB)
River St & Rhett St
Stops that Will Be Utilized/Added:
The following stops will be utilized as a part of the new Route 903: West Greenville and are subject to change.
|Stop Name||Stop ID||Status|
W Washington St & S Hudson St
Existing Bus Stop
W Washington St & N Hudson St
Existing Bus Stop
S Academy St & Perry Ave
Existing Bus Stop
Richardson St & W North St
Existing Trolley Stop
Existing Trolley Stop
Welborn St & Swamp Rabbit Trail
Pending New Stop
Pending New Stop
|901: North Main|
902: South Main
|6-11 p.m.||6-11 p.m.||10 a.m. - 11 p.m.||10 a.m. - 8 p.m.|
|903: West Greenville||4-11 p.m.||10 a.m. - 11 p.m.||10 a.m. - 8 p.m.|
Existing trolley route map (above)
Contingency Plan for Driver Shortages - Effective December 2021
Greenlink needs 37 bus drivers to operate its scheduled weekday service from 5:30 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
If staffing drops below 29 drivers, Greenlink must reduce service due to staffing shortages. The Contingency Plan outlines the service reductions to be implemented based on the number of bus drivers available.
Reductions in service range from:
- Reducing service frequency on Route 602: Woodruff Connector – which would mean bus service is available at bus stops along Route 602 every 60 minutes instead of bus service being available every 30 minutes
- Using one bus to service two different routes – which would mean that the vehicle and driver will alternate which route is served every other trip, providing bus service to each route every 120 minutes instead of every 60 minutes
- Combining two routes into one new route, traveling outbound on one route and then coming back into the Transit Center along a completely different route – which would mean bus service will only be available every 60 minutes on one side of the road depending on the new route’s design
The new routes created to combine two existing routes are described below:
- Route 550: White Horse / Woodside
- Route 550 will leave the Transit Center and follow along Route 506: Woodside until it reaches Farrs Bridge Road. Instead of returning to the Transit Center along Cedar Lane Road, Route 550 will continue across Farrs Bridge Road and travel the inbound path of Route 502: White Horse. Click here to view a map of Route 550.
- When Route 550 is in service, the following stops will not receive service:
|BUS STOP ID||BUS STOP NAME|
1601 Cedar Lane Rd– No bus stop across the road
Cedar Lane Rd & Clark Dr– No bus stop across the road
Smythe St & Ravenel St (inbound)
Woodside Ave & W Morgan St
Woodside Ave & W Bramlett Rd
Woodside Ave & W 8th St
Woodside Ave & W Main St
Woodside Ave & Woodlawn Ave
Pendleton St & Burdett St
Pendleton St & Mason St
N Textile Ave & Perry Ave
Queen St & Spencer St
Birnie St Ext & Craven St
Birnie St Ext & Howard St (inbound)
Birnie St & N Calhoun St
Easley Bridge Rd & Traction St
Easley Bridge Rd & Star Dr
Easley Bridge Rd & Dorsey Ave
Easley Bridge Rd & Springside Ave
Easley Bridge Rd & N Florida Ave
N Washington Ave & Easley Bridge Rd
N Washington Ave & Gordon St
N Washington Ave & Jasmine Dr
White Horse Rd & Page Dr
White Horse Rd & Pendleton Rd
White Horse Rd & Stanford Rd
White Horse Rd & W Marion Rd
White Horse Rd & Ashe Dr
White Horse Rd & Rangeview Cir
White Horse Rd & Claxton Dr
White Horse Rd & Cherrylane Dr
Lily St & White Horse Rd
Lions Club Rd & Bayberry Ct
Berea High School
Eunice Dr & Singleton Cir
- Route 551: Wade Hampton / Rutherford
- Route 551 will leave the Transit Center and follow along Route 508: Wade Hampton until it reaches the intersection of Rutherford Road and Wade Hampton Blvd. Instead of returning to the Transit Center along Wade Hampton Blvd, Route 551 will turn right onto Rutherford Rd and travel the inbound path of Route 505: Rutherford. Click here to view a map of Route 551.
- When Route 551 is in service, the following stops will not receive service:
|BUS STOP ID||BUS STOP NAME|
Wade Hampton Blvd & Tappan Dr
Wade Hampton Blvd & Artillery Rd
Wade Hampton Blvd & Donnan Rd
Wade Hampton Blvd & Woodland Ln
Wade Hampton Blvd & Banking Way Dr
2000 Block Wade Hampton Blvd (IB)
Wade Hampton Blvd & N Pleasantburg Dr
Wade Hampton Blvd & Brookside Cir
700 Block Wade Hampton Blvd (IB)
Wade Hampton Blvd & Chick Springs Rd
Buncombe St & Heritage Green Pl
Rutherford St & Harvley St
Rutherford St & W Stone Ave
Rutherford St & W Earle St
Rutherford Rd & Cotton St
600 Block Rutherford Rd (outbound)
2500 Block N Pleasantburg Dr
2400 Block N Pleasantburg Dr
2300 Block N Pleasantburg Dr
2111 N Pleasantburg Dr
Rutherford Rd & Hillrose Ave
Rutherford Rd & N Acres Dr
Rutherford Rd & Pine Knoll Dr
Reduced service outlined in this plan may need to go into immediate effect at any time. Please use these methods to receive real-time information and notifications about service changes:
- Check @RideGreenlink on Twitter
- Download the FindGreenlink app and enable notifications and text messages. Open the app and click the “Alerts” button at the bottom
- Visit TrackGreenlink.com on your mobile device and click “Notifications” at the top of the page. If visiting from a desktop computer, click the “Announcements” tab at the top
- Call the Greenlink dispatch booth at 864-467-5000
EFFECTIVE Wednesday, September 1, 2021
Effective Thursday, July 1, 2021
In an effort to avoid delays caused by active railroad crossings, and in order to keep trips on-time for our customers, changes to Route 510: Laurens and Route 601: Simpsonville Connector will go into effect Thursday, July 1, 2021.
- Route 510: Laurens- the route will no longer service Innovation Drive. Customers needing to access St. Francis Millennium should use Route 602: Woodruff Connector or walk from the stops on Laurens Road at Innovation Drive. Greenlink is installing two new stops on Laurens Road for better access to the Vinings at Laurel Creek and the Innovation Apartments.
- Route 601: Simpsonville Connector- the route will no longer loop behind the Mauldin Square shopping plaza using Owens Lane, Peachtree Lane, or Cary Street. Greenlink is installing two new stops on S. Main St near the Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts for easy access to the Publix shopping plaza.
- View an interactive network map of the Greenlink system showing these changes.
Effective Monday, May 24, 2021
Due to limited staff, Greenlink will reduce weekday service on Route 602: Woodruff Connector to 60-minute service starting Monday, May 24, 2021.
Instead of having two buses serving the route, with one coming by each stop 30 minutes after the other, there will only be one bus on the route until Greenlink is able to fill driver vacancies.
Effective Saturday, January 2, 2021
As a result of customer requests and safety evaluations, Stop 1076: Allen St & W Simpson St, which is on Route 504: Anderson, is being relocated. The stop is moving to W Simpson St - right before Route 504 turns onto Allen St.
Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2020
The Greenville Transit Authority approved changes to three Greenlink bus routes at its May 28 board meeting. The changes below will go into effect on July 1:
- Route 501: Pleasantburg– upon leaving Greenville Tech, the route will now serve the Phoenix Center on Cleveland Street before returning northbound on Pleasantburg Drive to serve the Arcadia Hills neighborhood.
- Route 504: Anderson– to serve the Greenville Memorial Hospital campus and surrounding medical facilities more quickly, the route will turn left off of Anderson Road onto Dunbar Street, right onto Augusta Street and right onto Mills Avenue.
- Route 507: Augusta– the route will serve the stops near the intersection of Mauldin Road and South Pleasantburg Drive previously served by Route 501.
Effective Friday, April 3, 2020
Due to safety concerns, Greenlink temporarily removed and relocated Stop 1012: Rebecca St & Hall St on Route 501: Pleasantburg.
Effective Friday, April 3, customers using this stop should now plan to get on and off the bus at a new stop installed at the intersection of Clark St & Hilton St.
Effective Thursday, January 2, 2020
1. All buses already inside the Transit Center will depart at the scheduled departure time. Buses will not wait on all routes to arrive before departing. However, the last trip of the night will wait for all connections so that customers can transfer to complete their trip.
2. Buses that arrive late to the Transit Center will depart as soon as all existing passengers disembark and new passengers complete the boarding process.
3. Customers are not guaranteed connections and will not receive complimentary passes for missed transfers.
This temporary policy will help to better evaluate which routes are routinely arriving late at the Transit Center. Staff will use the data to make future recommendations.
Effective Thursday, August 29, 2019
Due to safety concerns, Stop 1397: Laurens Rd & Knollwood Dr is being relocated approximately 800 ft. north towards the intersection of Laurens Rd & Innovation Dr.
Effective Saturday, August 3, 2019
In an effort to maintain on-time performance with Greenlink’s schedules, the following stops will be serviced by Route 601: Simpsonville Connector instead of Route 510: Laurens beginning August 3, 2019. Customers boarding at these stops can transfer to Route 510: Laurens at the identified transfer location at 25 Old Mill Road. Customers should make sure they let the driver know that they need to transfer between routes 510 and 601.
- Owens Ln & S Main St
- Peachtree Ln & Crestwood Dr
- Cary St & W Butler Rd
- Murray Dr & City Center Dr
- Murray Dr & Hyde Cir
- Miller Rd & Murray Dr
- Miller Rd & Rainbow Cir
- Miller Rd & Oak Park Dr
- Miller Rd & Old Mill Rd
- Old Mill Rd & Devonshire Rd
- 600 Block N Main St
- 503 Block N Main St
- N Main St & White Dr
Additionally, the bus stop at Old Mill Rd & Forrester Dr will be serviced by both 510 and 601.
Route Changes effective July 1, 2019
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 were 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 July 1, 2019.
Maps of the new route designs are listed below. The routes are also viewable in the FindGreenlink app and on TrackGreenlink.com. For questions or comments, call 864-467-4544.
New Maps & Schedules effective July 1, 2019
- Route 501: Pleasantburg (PDF)
- Route 502: White Horse (PDF)
- Route 503: Poinsett (PDF)
- Route 504: Anderson (PDF)
- Route 505: Rutherford (PDF)
- Route 506: Woodside (PDF)
- Route 507: Augusta (PDF)
- Route 508: Wade Hampton (PDF)
- Route 509: E North (PDF)
- Route 510: Laurens (PDF)
- Route 601: Simpsonville Connector (PDF)
- Route 602: Woodruff Connector (PDF)