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In light of the anniversary of Susan Hicks death, we wanted to update you on her memorial event, as well as share some exciting developments.
To add another ten functional art pieces throughout the Cultural District
Includes PennDOT's first parking-protected bike lane in PA
Weigh in on plans to convert the former Penn Circle into 2-way traffic with a neighborhood-focused design
The City of Pittsburgh is leading fall bicycle and pedestrian counts and they need your help!
Fixit Stations: ever heard of them? These awesome resources are publicly accessible places where people can go to find free bike
What’s in store for the future of Forbes Ave? Attend the Public Meeting on Aug. 31! After years in the
City looking for Public Comment on Draft Complete Streets Policy On April 10, 2015, Mayor Peduto issued an Executive Order
The math of parking for a planned Forbes Ave. residential complex highlights the past costs and future promise of development in
Join the dialogue and help Pittsburgh get one step closer to Complete Streets Complete Streets is the simple concept that our
Join the City in July’s meetings and help shape the most important document to create a bike-friendly Pittsburgh The Pittsburgh Department of City
As reported by Paul J. Gough at the Pittsburgh Business Times: Columbus, Ohio, will be awarded the $50 million Smart
We’re all in the business of building a better Pittsburgh so let’s get down to it: Affordable transportation and affordable