Public Meeting

North Main Street Road Diet Proposal

A Public Meeting is planned from 3-5 p.m. on Thursday, October 14, to provide information on a revision to the existing traffic pattern through new striping on Highway 14 (North Main Street). Plans will be available for viewing and representatives from the South Carolina Department of Transportation, CoTransCo, Sossamon Construction and the City of Greer will be available to answer questions.

The public is invited to attend in Hall C (second floor) at Greer City Hall, 301 East Poinsett, Greer, S.C.


Ridgeway Traffic Consulting, LLC (RTC) has completed a traffic and transportation review/assessment regarding a potential cross-section “road diet” modification for N. Main Street (SC 14) in Greer, South Carolina. 


A cross-section modification is being reviewed for N. Main Street in Greer, South Carolina between Bearden Avenue (northern limits of project) and West Church Street (southern limits of project). The proposed modification would convert/restripe the existing four-lane undivided cross-section to a three-lane cross section with one through lane in each direction separated by a center two-way left turn lane.

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Conflict Points

Proposed Traffic Pattern Changes

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Poinsett Street to Jason Street

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Jason Street to Arlington Avenue

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Arlington Avenue to Fairview Avenue

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Fairview Avenue to Bearden Street

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Bearden Street to Berry Avenue

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Proposed Modifications

The City of Greer is pursuing a modification to the existing cross-section between W. Church Street to the south and Bearden Street to the north to re-stripe the existing four-lane divided cross-section to a three-lane cross-section. A review of potential safety benefits has been conducted and is presented in the full report. Capacity analyses are also provided in the report.

Download the Full Road Diet Study