Categories for BikePGH in the News

KDKA VIDEO: Open Streets Pittsburgh Event Being Held Sunday

BikePGH Staff, Mike Carroll, and BikePGH Board Member, Kim O’Dell explain what to expect for the first OpenStreetsPGH event this

City Paper Blogh: Pittsburgh Bike Share will (finally!) start in May

By Alex Zimmerman | City Paper Nearly a year after its scheduled launch, Pittsburgh’s bike share program is expected to

P-G: Downtown Pittsburgh streets to receive $32 million facelift

Image courtesy of Envision Downtown Last night Mayor Peduto announced, Envision Downtown a new initiative to improve Downtown streets at

Pop City: Bus meets bike: How the next wave of commuters is changing the urban landscape

BikePGH’s advocacy director talks Complete Streets with Pop City Eric Boerer, our advocacy director lays it out pretty simply in

P-G: Wood Fest gives Pittsburgh mountain bikers indoor thrills at Wheel Mill

Woodfest 2015 was a Blast! The Wheel Mill hosted an amazing weekend full of indoor mountain biking fun. By Chris

CP: Despite some concerns, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto gets high marks for freshman year

Mayor Peduto dishes on bike infrastructure, changing the city’s culture 2014, Bill Peduto’s first year in office as mayor of

Trib: Pittsburgh sets aside capital money for cycling as part of 10-year plan

City to invest in better biking and walking infrastructure across Pittsburgh in multi-year strategy New bike infrastructure will be coming

City Paper: Coming Attractions: Locals sound off on their 2015 Pittsburgh Predictions

BikePGH’s ED gives his 2015 prediction Our executive director, Scott Bricker, voicing a “prediction” for the coming year. By CP

P-G: Shop Holiday: Gift suggestions for cyclists

BikePGH membership makes a great holiday gift It’s the season of exchanging gifts. The Pittsburgh Post Gazette recommends giving the

P-G: Ruth Ann Dailey: We’re rolling on the riverfronts, at last

Last week the Northside Leadership Conference called together a dream team of bike advocates and riverfront trail experts (including former

Next City: Pittsburgh Mayor on Pro-Bike Plan: It’s Not the 1970s

Mayor Peduto Sees Bike Lanes as Part of City’s Revitalization By Sarah Goodyear | Next City Pittsburgh may not be

The Atlantic: How Political Leadership Makes City Streets Bikeable

The Atlantic heralds Peduto leadership in transforming Pittsburgh into bikeable city Another great story on Pittsburgh’s transformation from The Atlantic!

The Atlantic: Pittsburgh: ‘It’s Better Than You Thought’

Beautiful, short documentary on Pittsburgh highlights bikeability, walkability Inspiring interviews with local bicyclists Stephen “Steevo” Cummings and Gerry Kraynick are