The Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail extension is now open

The City of Greenville, SC and Greenville County completed the extension of the of the Green Line of the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail Network.


The new bridge from above. | Photo by The City of Greenville

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We have wheelie good news. The Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail (SRT) Green Line Extension is now open along the north side of Laurens Road, ready for cyclists, pedestrians, and runners to hit the trail.

The City of Greenville and Greenville County are working together to complete the additional ~4.5 miles that runs from Cleveland Park to CU-ICAR — opening the portion up to Verde Boulevard this month.

What’s new

The Paperclip | Named based on its design shape, the section of switchbacks that runs between Cleveland Park and Laurens Road is now open.

Pedestrian Bridges | The new Laurens Road Pedestrian Bridge (near Willy Taco) + Haywood Road Pedestrian Bridge (near Goodwill) are open, along with a newly-outfitted railway overpass allowing for a crossing over Woodruff Road.

What’s next?

There will be three spurs or paths connecting three neighborhoods — Nicholtown, Gower, and Verdae — to the extension.

The construction of a Legacy Park trail connector and a bridge between Legacy Park and the Green Line extension is in the permitting phase, with a completion goal of this winter.

Explore the interactive SRT map to plan your next ride.

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