Two public meetings will be held to give information and collect feedback about the upcoming Pittsburgh Bike Share. Meetings will provide a look at how the system works, specs about the bikes and benefits that the bike share will bring to Pittsburgh. Feedback will also be collected about the station map.
Meeting #1: April 2nd, 6-8pm – Carnegie Mellon’s McKenna/Peter/Wright room on the 2nd floor of the University Center, 5000 Forbes Ave.
Meeting #2: April 3rd, 12-2pm – Point Park University’s Lawrence Ballroom, 201 Wood St.
Come to support and give input on a tremendous development in Pittsburgh’s transportation system.
Tell Pittsburgh’s Mayoral Candidates that you want safe streets for biking and walking! There’s a good chance that Pittsburgh’s next Mayor will be decided in May’s Democratic Primary. A supportive mayor is the difference between expanding on bike-friendly initiatives or a halt. Show the candidates that biking and walking issues are popular, and can even swing an election! Sign our petition TODAY!