Categories for BikePGH in the News

Uber pulls self-driving cars from California roads

“The people of Pittsburgh and San Francisco didn’t sign up to be part of this grand experiment”

CP: Advocates pushing for greater driver accountability in car/bike crashes

Better laws and better enforcement of current laws are urgently needed We can make Pittsburgh a much safer place for

Advocates duke it out in Newpapers’ Opinion Sections

Letters flood the Papers demanding safe streets Enough is enough. The public won’t stay quiet any longer. People are taking action and

Commuting trends in Pittsburgh and beyond – a decade of the American Community Survey

Participants enjoying July’s OpenStreets event Trends from ten years of ACS data Here it is, our annual look at commuting

CP Blogh: Bike Pittsburgh to put on special bike parking design event

Photo by Ryan Deto   Learn to Build Better Bike Parking and Earn 1.5 LU/HSW Hours More people are riding

BikePGH in the News August 8 – August 21, 2015

A listing of recent stories about Bike Pittsburgh, biking, and walking. Penn Ave Protected Lane Summer Cyclists Add Big Gains

Pittsburgh Today Live: BikePGH Hosts BikeFest

Watch Scott hype the 11th annual BikeFest on Pittsburgh Today Live Yesterday, Bike Pittsburgh’s head honcho visited KDKA’s Pittsburgh Today

BikePGH in the News July 24 – August 7, 2015

BikeFest 12 Events You Need to Know About This August in PGH Fittsburgh July 28 BikePGH mention Reporter: Colleen Wilshire

Trib: Penn, Butler come alive at final OpenStreets event in Pittsburgh

Thousands enjoyed the final OpenStreetsPGH of 2015 By Melissa Daniels and Tony Raap | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review It’s rare for Nathaniel

P-G: Jennifer Graham: Ban cars Downtown

A Strong Proposal for People-Powered Movement “Reimagining public spaces.” For yeas now we’ve been promoting OpenStreetsPGH as an opportunity for

P-G: OpenStreetsPGH draws crowd despite cool, wet weather

Nate Guidry | Post Gazette Thousands enjoyed a fun OpenStreetsPGH yesterday Even unseasonably cold and wet weather couldn’t stop Pittsburghers

Biz Times: Fast Tracker: Scott Bricker

Each year the Pittsburgh Business Times chooses a hardworking group of “Fast Trackers” –  executives under the age of 40.

Life cycle: Pittsburgh stands to benefit from more bike lanes

We’ve all heard it: “No one uses those bike lanes on Penn Ave,” but in truth, more than 24,000 trips