December Rides of the Month – North Park Adventures

Riding in this month we are going to head 15 miles North of Downtown Pittsburgh to one of the flagship recreation areas in the region, Allegheny County's North Park.

The Allegheny Trail Alliance is seeking their next Executive Director

The Executive Director will be the intelligent, thoughtful architect of the next phase of the organization’s life cycle.

Make a Difference Online

Want to give back while doing the things you love? We're looking for skilled volunteers who want to make Pittsburgh safer for bicyclists & pedestrians.

Connecting Communities: Operation Illumination

Making our streets safer by providing lights to lightless riders.

Not ready for the Dirty Dozen? Join the Spectator Ride!

Cheer on riders as they climb the world’s steepest street This Saturday, hundreds will gather to ride the Dirty Dozen,

The Best Bicycling Gifts in Pittsburgh

With a wide range of options, these cycling gifts will help you show your love—without emptying your wallet.

Dec 14: Public Meeting About Expanding, Connecting Downtown Bike Lanes and Trails

Weigh in on the City's Plans to Make Biking Around Downtown Safer

Taking Strides, Connecting Communities

This year’s successes reflected our core focuses of advocacy, community, and education.

Pittsburgh City Council Approves Mayor’s Complete Streets Policy

We are happy to report that on Monday, November 21, City Council approved the Complete Streets Policy by a unanimous vote!

New BikePGH Study Snapshots Pedestrian and Bicycling Safety in Pittsburgh

TLDR: Putting people first reduces crashes and saves lives.

Create Safe and Equitable Access to Parks with this Tool

Safe Routes to parks encourages people to access parks with this framework. Proximity to parks is consistently related to better physical and mental health.

Want Safer, More Accessible Streets? Dance.

“Crossings” was a performance piece meant to remind motorists that streets are shared, and that everyone is responsible for ensuring that they’re safe.

Pittsburgh 8th in no-car commute says Census Bureau’s Annual Survey

Transportation choice must be a priority for the 25% of Pittsburgh households with no access to a car