View our South Carolina Park and Ride Map to see if there's an existing lot that would meet your needs. If not, ask owners of parking lots that would be convenient for you if it would be possible for your group to park there during the work day.
Creating a park and ride lot will often involve a group of people with a common destination and a desire to gain some of its many benefits. If your community lacks a formal park and ride lot, you may want to approach local businesses, shopping centers or churches and discuss the idea of allowing you to use their parking lot as a park and ride location during the work week.
Parking lot owners may have concerns about liability or needing the parking lot spaces during the time they are occupied by commuter vehicles. A detailed and signed Park and Ride Agreement and providing contact information for the park and ride participants may help alleviate the owners' concerns.
Sample Park and Ride Agreements
For more information please contact the Bureau of Air Quality at (803) 898-4123 or by email.