Categories for BikePGH in the News

Pittsburgh Business Times: Pittsburgh campaign inspires national effort

‘Travel With Care’ inspired by a BikePGH + Wall-to-Wall collaboration Patty Tascarella | Pittsburgh Business Times PeopleforBikes’ new national Travel

Bicycling: New People for Bikes Campaign Emphasizes the People

People for Bikes takes the Drive With Care Campaign on the Road as ‘Travel With Care’ Thanks to your support

P-G: Bike Pittsburgh already looks ahead to more success in 2015

Join us at the Annual Members’ Meeting to hear the plan for the future Great piece in the Post-Gazette with

NEXTpittsburgh: 4 Reasons Why Pittsburgh is Becoming A Buzz City

There’s quite a buzz around biking Pittsburgh becoming a multi-modal city and outsiders are taking notice, reports NEXTpittsburgh. Advancements in

Bicycling: Wheelie-Popping Wide Receiver

Antonio Brown’s Drive With Care PSA featured on In case you hadn’t heard, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver and father,

Pop City: 11 city development projects to get Pittsburghers pumped

Pittsburgh is pumped about protected bike lanes Pop City Media has declared that Pittsburgh’s protected bike lanes make the list of

WESA: This Wednesday, Don’t Forget To Thank Your Neighborhood Crossing Guard

Join us in thanking Pittsburgh’s crossing guards By Liz Reid | WESA “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom

Future Bike – At the intersection of Mobility and Identity

An afternoon on equity and advocacy Last Thursday, 150 advocates and planners from across North America came together here in

Pittsburgh Today: Bike City

Check out this great report and article from Pittsburgh Today. by Julia Fraser // 09/10/2014 Courtney Ehrlichman makes the commute

P-G: Allegheny County to install bike lanes on three bridges

Bike lanes are coming to Pittsburgh’s bridges County Executive Fitzgerald announced the installation of one temporary bike lane and two

P-G: Organized bike ride draws nearly 3,000 bicyclists for tour of Pittsburgh

Everyone had a blast at the 21st Annual PedalPGH! By Kevin Kirkland | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pedal Pittsburgh is a great

WESA: 3,000 Cyclists Expected To Hit The Streets Sunday For PedalPGH

PedalPGH, the largest and final event of BikeFest 2014 will take place on Sunday! By JESSICA NATH BikeFest is approaching

Bricker to P-G: Roadway engineering should put people first

Pittsburgh can do more to prevent pedestrian injuries and deaths Cities around the world are adopting “Vision Zero” plans with