Transforming our Streets and Communities
Major Taylor: Champion Cyclist & Model Citizen
Despite deeply entrenched racism among spectators, sponsors, and fellow athletes, Taylor remained committed to refining his talent and enjoying the sport.
BikePGH to survey bicyclists, pedestrians about interactions with Autonomous Vehicles
The interests of pedestrians, bicyclists, and people with disabilities need to remain at the forefront as this technology enters our lives.
2017 Workshops Announced! | Pittsburgh Women & Biking Forum
According to the League of American Bicyclists, "In 2009, women accounted for just 24 percent of bicycle trips in the U.S." We want to change that.
Black Girls Do Bike: Q & A with Monica Garrison
What started as a simple idea to connect lady cyclists has turned into a movement with more than 60 inclusive riding groups all over the country.
Video: Personal Safety & Identity in the Public Realm
During this session we discussed how traffic can be a way to put people in the way of violence. We posed the question, How has your personal safety been threatened while moving through public spaces, because of your identity?
Video: How to fit your bicycle helmet
A helmet needs to fit properly in order to provide the highest level of head protection. Make sure the fit is right for your head.
NEWS & EVENTS & ALERTS
Ladies, let’s go for a ride on March 8th
Women biking is political. Let’s go for a bike ride on International Women’s Day!
Race, Public Space, and Public Safety
Bike Pittsburgh honors Black History Month with a 4-part series, released every Friday in February.
Your first chance to weigh in on the $2B Mon-Fayette Expressway Expansion
The SPC is seeking your input and has opened a public comment period for Air Quality Conformity Determination and proposed amendments.
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