Join Mayor Peduto as he announces this summer’s protected bike lane plans


Over the past decade Pittsburgh’s bike infrastructure has greatly improved — with miles of bike lanes and shared lane markings across the city. Now, after having been accepted into the prestigious Green Lane Project 2.0 program, Pittsburgh will get its first protected bike lanes, physically separated from cars.

Tomorrow, Mayor Peduto will hold a press conference to release the details of the city’s plan for the new protected bike lanes. Let’s show the mayor that Pittsburgh supports his work to bring new ways of improving rider safety to our our streets. Join us at the mayor’s press conference — tomorrow 11a.m. to 12p.m. at the Schenley Park Visitor’s Center — to celebrate this historic development.

Show up tomorrow and make sure that Mayor Peduto knows that you support his efforts to make Pittsburgh’s streets safe for all road users.

Mayor Peduto’s Protected Bike Lane Announcement
Thursday, July 3

11a.m. – 12p.m.
Schenley Park Visitor’s Center
101 Panther Hollow Rd

We hope to see you there!

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