Categories for Action Alerts
The SPC is seeking your input and has opened a public comment period for Air Quality Conformity Determination and proposed amendments.
Bike Pittsburgh honors Black History Month with a 4-part series, released every Friday in February.
Get involved with your community and help make the West End better for biking and walking
It's a new year - a time when many of us set goals for the months ahead.
The CLA is a free, 10-week course that encourages more effective community and civic leadership by giving City residents an opportunity to learn about their local government.
Looking for something unique and fun to do in the Pittsburgh area this summer? Here are 6 can’t-miss events!
According the the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Robert Ninehouser was killed Tuesday evening after he stepped off a bus in Aspinwall and attempted to cross Freeport at Western.
At this initial multi-community meeting, the design team will be presenting conceptual designs and seeking input from residents in and around the watershed.
The City of Pittsburgh wants to redesign the really wide, free-for-all section of Smallman St in the Strip District.
Legislation would require safer pedestrian crossings and accessible sidewalks during construction
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.
Together we can put people first in transportation planning and continue to take strides to connect our communities.