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Evaluate the mass transit opportunities in your area. Work with the local mass transit provider to establish convenient stops if none are available. A flexible work schedule may be necessary for an employee to take advantage of using mass transit depending on schedules and considering possible delays.

Encourage participation by providing information on mass transit routes and opportunities. This can be done through a local magazine or newspaper, community newsletter, emails, internet forums and blogs, schools, or word of mouth.

Raise awareness with employers and employees on the health and environmental benefits of reducing mobile source emissions. Work with a local transit authority to offer free or reduced-price rides on Ozone Action Days.

List of transit providers across South Carolina

Lowcountry

Midlands

  • COMET (Columbia)
  • SmartRide (serves those from Newberry, Little Mountain, and Chapin with rides to the downtown Columbia area)
    • The Camden/Lugoff service is operated by the Santee Wateree Regional Transit Authority SmartRide service originates out of the Camden/Lugoff areas.
  • Shuttle-Cock (USC - Columbia)

Upstate

Pee-Dee and Myrtle Beach

(Download a Copy of this list)


For more information please contact the Bureau of Air Quality at (803) 898-4123 or by email.