Winthrop University: Office of Sustainability - Transportation

Transportation

My Ride Bus

The City of Rock Hill operates a fixed-route bus system.  For more information about specific bus features, bus stops and routes, schedules, maps, and/or how to download MyRide mobile app, go to myriderockhill.com.  

  • Free to ride!
  • Four, fixed routes traveling along key corridors.
  • All-electric system with seven Proterra Catalyst® 35-foot buses, assembled in Greenville, SC.
  • Buses outfitted with free-wifi, mobile charging ports, and infotainment screens.
  • Buses are ADA compliant, with features such as wheelchair ramps, automatic voice annunciation system, destination and route signs, and priority seating with wheelchair securement system.

Winthrop's campus is very walkable and is bicycle friendly.  Below is information promoting the benefits of bicycling, maps, bicycle safety, and having a bicycle on campus.  

  • Campus Police provides information about registering and securing bicycles on campus.  Only use the bicycle racks provided.  Securing bicycles to fences, light poles, signs, or trees is prohibited.  
  • The League of American Bicyclists represents bicyclists in the movement to create safer roads, stronger communities, and a Bicycle Friendly America.  Through education, advocacy and promotion, the League works to celebrate and preserve the freedom cycling brings to members everywhere.
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center - Since its inception in 1999, the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center's mission has been to improve the quality of life in communities through the increase of safe walking and bicycling as a viable means of transportation and physical activity.
  • Bike Rock Hill provides information about cycling in local community.  A brochure is available that shows the places to ride, rules of the road, multi-use trail etiquette and more.  Information is useful to both beginning and experienced cyclists.
  • Rock Hill Bicycle Club (RHBC) - Represents a collection of recreational riders, racers, and mountain bikers. As of 2005, the club has been in existence for over 25 years, with a membership of more than 100 riders. Known for its growing sports market, York County is one of the fastest growing regions in the United States, just minutes south of Charlotte, NC. While many RHBC members reside in York County, many others hail from neighboring Lancaster and Chester Counties as well as North Carolina cyclists from Mecklenburg, Gaston, and Union Counties.

Last Updated: 11/17/22