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Pittsburgh Falls Short in Smart City Challenge Bid (But Our Future is Still Bright)

As reported by Paul J. Gough at the Pittsburgh Business Times: Columbus, Ohio, will be awarded the $50 million Smart

The Intersection of Transportation & Affordable Development BikePGH’s June Business Meetup

We’re all in the business of building a better Pittsburgh so let’s get down to it: Affordable transportation and affordable

Join us this Friday, June 17th, for our first #LunchLoop event!

Looking for something fun & active to do during your lunch break? If you’re tired of sitting at your desk

BikePGH is Hiring a Marketing and Communications Manager

Be Our Marketing and Communications Manager! Communications is core to BikePGH’s mission and advocacy. Marketing is core to our growth and

Your City needs you to weigh in on the 2017 Capital Budget

Speak up for the things that are important to you – Attend one of the City’s Capital Budget Deliberative Forums

Volunteer at OpenStreetsPGH & Build a Healthier City

Experience Pittsburgh in a whole new way By Sarah Quinn, Volunteer Coordinator Last month, over 200 volunteers helped make Open Streets happen

Free Parking!..When you ride your bike to the Arts Fest

Bike to the Three Rivers Arts Fest! June 3rd through June 12th, Bike Pittsburgh will run the bike valet at the Three

Valet Your Way to a BikePGH Membership

10 hours of fun in the sun = a 1-year BikePGH membership! While it’s not technically summer, the sun is

Riverhound’s Bike Nights Promotion Now Available at Every Home Game!

Soccer + Bikes. What’s not to love?   The Riverhounds have caught the fever; the bike fever that is. Since

The 2016 National Bike Challenge

Connecting Businesses and Riders By Suzanne Wasilko, business intern This May, PeopleForBikes kicked off the fifth year of their National

Spice Up Your NBC Workplace Challenge on a $100 Budget!

BikePGH is excited for this year’s National Bike Challenge! By Suzanne Wasilko As the National Bike Challenge gets underway, many

Thousands enjoy the first OpenStreetsPGH of the year setting record attendance.

First OpenStreetsPGH of the year hits record attendance With more than 20,000 people estimated in attendance at last weekend’s OpenStreetsPGH – a

Welcoming Bike Ride Brings Immigrants and US Born Pittsburghers Together

Inaugural Ride Brings Together Bikers From Over 8 Countries Thirty community members turned out for an inaugural Welcoming Bike Ride

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