Transportation has the ability to bring large groups of people together to commute and to protest. It is no wonder that utilizing these platforms has been essential in influencing business and affecting policy to promote equitable changes.
The City of Pittsburgh wants to redesign the really wide, free-for-all section of Smallman St in the Strip District.
On Monday, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) released new standards to change the way transportation agencies measure their performance.
Legislation would require safer pedestrian crossings and accessible sidewalks during construction
Assemble, Bike Pittsburgh, and other Pittsburgh-area youth organizations are beginning the #PghYouthVision creative media campaign to share youth perspectives about the future of our region with policymakers and grassroots organizers.
Today, Smart Growth America answered that question with the release of Dangerous by Design 2016, a report on the American epidemic of pedestrian deaths.
BikePGH is actively attempting to work with Council on amending the legislation to reflect best nationwide practices.
If you would like to provide your thoughts on the trail share proposal you must mail, call in, or e-mail your comments by midnight, Jan. 26.
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“The people of Pittsburgh and San Francisco didn’t sign up to be part of this grand experiment”
This walking tour guide leads participants to various parts of Downtown, the North Shore, and the Northside to see remarkable works of public art.