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Wild New Bike Lane Coming

Bike lane to be installed on One Wild Place as soon as weather permits This just in: Highland Park is

State Bill Sharpens Tools Against Drunk Driving

Judges could set vehicle breathalyzers as a condition of bail for DUI arrests State Representative Dom Costa (D-Allegheny County) has introduced legislation

All of Allegheny County crash data since 2004 now available to public

Snapshot of every reported crash in Allegheny County, 2014 For the first time, the public now has easy access to

4.21.16: Public Meeting – Bicycle improvements in the Northside

The City is hosting a public meeting regarding the upcoming bicycle improvements to the streets on the Northside. Please attend

5 Things You Can Do to Get Your Office Ready for Bike Season

The season is upon us…bike season, that is. Everyone is itching to get outside to enjoy the rising temperatures and tulips, and what

Envision DowntownPublic Space Public Life Spring Survey

Calling All Urban Enthusiasts Envision Downtown needs volunteers to help make Downtown better for everyone. Twice a year they organize

Bike Pittsburgh statement on Port Authority fare proposal

BikePGH joins Pittsburghers for Public Transit in opposing cash surcharge & applauding $2.50 flat fare Bike Pittsburgh position on Port Authority

Mon. March 7 Public Meeting: Lawrenceville project a player in proposed Allegheny River Green Boulevard

Find out about the developer’s plans for a new project in Lawrenceville While it’s still unclear exactly where the Allegheny River Green

Speak Up About Port Authority’s Fare Proposal

Tell Port Authority What You Think About Their Fare Proposal Port Authority of Allegheny County has proposed a large set

In Mt. Lebanon, officials view pedestrians as the menace

In defense of Mt. Lebanon’s Walkers By Eric Boerer, advocacy director Instead of figuring out why so many people find

Interview with Connie Pizoli from F.O.R.C.

Girl Power: F.O.R.C. Embraces Biking’s Inclusive Spirit By Adrienne Baldini, BikePGH volunteer For Connie Pizoli, it’s hard to recall a time

Uptown EcoInnovation to Make Room for Bikes, Busses

How the Uptown EcoInnovation District planning process can help make for a safer Fifth/Forbes The neighborhood of Uptown is directly

Put Your Business’s Face Here: Company Volunteering with BikePGH

Get your company involved in one of BikePGH’s events! Email Sarah to start the conversation. Dear Business & Community Partners: From

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