The Executive Director will be the intelligent, thoughtful architect of the next phase of the organization’s life cycle.
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.
With a wide range of options, these cycling gifts will help you show your love—without emptying your wallet.
This year’s successes reflected our core focuses of advocacy, community, and education.
Safe Routes to parks encourages people to access parks with this framework. Proximity to parks is consistently related to better physical and mental health.
“Crossings” was a performance piece meant to remind motorists that streets are shared, and that everyone is responsible for ensuring that they’re safe.
At our 2014 Members' Meeting we launched a campaign for a Complete Streets Policy. On the day of our 2016 Members' Meeting, Council to vote on it.
View and comment on the Penn Circle 2-Way Conversion Concepts
Fayette County bicyclist was killed in hit-and-run by a pickup truck at 10:30 am on Connellsville Street in North Union Township.
The Safe Routes to School National Partnership just released a Step-By-Step Walking School Bus Toolkit for educators, community organizers and parents.
Here are some safety tips for everyone – people who walk, people who bike, and people who drive.
Turn your next bike ride into an adventure with our November Rides of the Month. Enjoy the autumn scenery and try out one of our easy or advanced ride options.
After school mentorship program, Positive Spin, provides bicycle safety training to middle schoolers along some of Pittsburgh's most scenic routes.