Spartanburg County and SPATS have hired Toole Design Group to develop the Country Club Road Corridor Study to investigate potential improvements to Country Club Road on the Eastside of Spartanburg. Please view the Country Club Road Powerpoint below.
Public Participation Options:
Update (April 2, 2015):
GoUpstate.com Article about the 1st public meeting: Public meeting schedule on improvements for Country Club Road
Update (April 6, 2015):
We had a great turnout for the 1st public meeting! Thank you to the 100 residents, interested citizens, elected officials and advocates who attended the event on April 2nd. Toole Design Group was able to gather extensive knowledge, desires, and expectations for the future of Country Club Road. To read the summary of the findings from this meeting, please download the PDF below!
Update (June 18, 2015):
YOU ARE INVITED!!! A design workshop will be held June 24 - 25, 2015 with a public presentation on Thursday, June 25th from 6:00pm - 7:30pm at the Glendale Outdoor Leadership School (GOLS). Conceptual designs developed during the workshop will be presented and public feedback received. To see more information, download the Design Workshop Public Presentation Flyer below. We hope to see you there!
Update (Jan 8, 2016):
Download the Recommendations Reveal Presentation below to see the slideshow from the Public Reveal on Dec 7, 2015!
Update (Feb 23, 2016):
We are pleased to announce that at the Country Club Road Corridor Study was officialy endorsed by the SPATS Policy Committee Meeting on February 8th, 2016. This Study was a comprehensive transportation and land use analysis that resulted in a coordinated set of design solutions that not only responds to the transportation demands of the corridor but also are sensitive to the desires of those who call the corridor home. The Study addresses cars, bicycles, pedestrians, transit, adjacent land uses, the environment, and urban design.
Check out the PDFs and pictures at the bottom of the page for more information about the corridor study!