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Thurs. May 26: Negley Ave Bike Lane Public Meeting

Tell your story about riding and walking on Negley Ave The City of Pittsburgh is proposing bike lanes along Negley

Your comments needed on the upcoming transportation projects

Inform yourself and comment on upcoming transportation projects Every year there is an opportunity for the public to comment on

Business Leaders Love the (Bike) Lanes

“This is not a fad that 20-somethings have discovered. The beards will go but not the bikes.” In the last

4.21.16: Public Meeting – Bicycle improvements in the Northside

The City is hosting a public meeting regarding the upcoming bicycle improvements to the streets on the Northside. Please attend

Students For A Safer Oakland

  92% of students in new survey say there’s a need for safer streets for people on bikes After the traffic

Report Speeding in Your Neighborhood on the 311 App

Have You Downloaded the MyBurgh App Yet? Speeding is a menace to neighborhoods across the city and the region. It

Pittsburgh selected for a program to figure out how to fund City-owned steps

Photo credit: Pittsburgh Steps Blog Living Cities Citi Foundation to help city address infrastructure funding gaps in our public steps

New biking and walking report compares Pittsburgh to other US cities

Latest Benchmarking Report offers a comparative analysis of US Cities and States and how well their biking and walking programs

Public Realm Action Forum + The Human Scale Screening w/Envision Downtown

BikePGH partners with Envision Downtown to co-present a screening of The Human Scale Thursday, March 10, 2016 6:15pm 8:15pm Harris

Mon. March 7 Public Meeting: Lawrenceville project a player in proposed Allegheny River Green Boulevard

Find out about the developer’s plans for a new project in Lawrenceville While it’s still unclear exactly where the Allegheny River Green

DIY Speed Monitoring Hacknight

How Citizen Speed Monitoring Can Help DIY Speed Monitoring: A Hacknight with Matt Bauman In November 2015 we told you

The Dream Streets Tour, US Edition

South Platte River Trail, Denver. Photo credit: Julie Mallis.   Take a vacation at your desk, on us By Phil Hnatkovich,

In Mt. Lebanon, officials view pedestrians as the menace

In defense of Mt. Lebanon’s Walkers By Eric Boerer, advocacy director Instead of figuring out why so many people find