Jasmine Road’s Coercion Through “Choice” is a simulation training exercise that provides an interactive learning experience about the realities of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Participants are provided with the backstory and current situation of a hypothetical woman based on the real-life experiences of local survivors of trafficking and prostitution in Greenville.
Participants then have the opportunity to put themselves in the survivor’s shoes and make their own choices as they attempt to escape and overcome obstacles that many women face on a daily basis. The choices they make throughout the exercise determine the outcome of their experience, creating a unique and individual learning opportunity for each participant.
To avoid delays caused by active railroad crossings and keep trips on-time for our customers, the following changes to Route 510: Laurens and Route 601: Simpsonville Connector will go into effect on Thursday, July 1:
Route 510: Laurens- this route will no longer service Innovation Drive. Customers who need to access St. Francis Millennium should use Route 602: Woodruff Connector or walk from the stops on Laurens Road at Innovation Drive. Greenlink is installing two new stops on Laurens Road for better access to the Vinings at Laurel Creek and the Innovation Apartments. View a PDF map of the new route.
Route 601: Simpsonville Connector- this route will no longer loop behind the Mauldin Square shopping plaza using Owens Lane, Peachtree Lane, or Cary Street. Greenlink is installing two new stops on S. Main Street near the Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts for easy access to the Publix shopping plaza. View a PDF map of the new route.
In collaboration with the City of Greenville’s Arts in Public Places Commission and Youth Commission, Greenlink has enhanced 10 bus shelters with inspiring artwork by local students through its inaugural Bus Shelter Art Contest.
Greenlink identified shelter locations and designed the scope of the project and the Youth Commission assisted in contacting local high schools to raise awareness about the contest. There were 59 submissions and a jury of seven judges selected the top 10 designs. The Arts in Public Places Commission awarded $3,500 toward production and installation costs to have the winning artwork digitized and adhered inside bus shelters throughout the City of Greenville with a vinyl wrap. Click here to see the winning artwork.
Planned Bus Stop Upgrades
Greenlink is working on bus stop improvements such as shelters, benches, lighting, and trash cans that will enhance our riders’ experience. Use this interactive map to explore the bus stops identified for upgrades and click on the bus stop icon for details on the following:
In recognition of National Automotive Service Professionals Day (June 12), Greenlink would like to thank our mechanics, shop foremen, and maintenance team for all they do to keep our vehicles operating safely and efficiently!