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Pittsburgh City Council Preliminarily Votes to Legalize Bike Riding on Wooded Trails in City-owned Parks

Trail Pittsburgh volunteers in Frick Park   City Code to get a much-needed update Wait….What?!? Yes. You read that right.

Survey says: 8.6% of City Residents’ Commute Trips are by Bike!

“Transportation is the lifeblood of a city” Thursday the Mayor’s office in partnership with Green Building Allinace (GBA) and Envision

2015: Year in Review

A pivotal year 167,000+ trips on the Penn Ave bike lanes have been recorded at 12th St on the counter tracks

PG: Plan for bike lanes on Neville Island draws favorable reaction

Yesterday the County held a public meeting to collect feedback on their plan to add 5 miles of bike lands

Larry’s Story: I stand for workers. So does BikePGH.

Safe streets, strong workers. Biking put an extra $100 in my pocket each month and created a foundation on which

Dec 14: GAP to the Point Bike Lanes Public Meeting

Connecting Downtown Bike Lanes to the GAP and to the Point For decades, there has been a dream to connect the

The Future of Junction Hollow

Learn about the proposed transit link planned for Junction Hollow Important meeting regarding the potential transit connector from ALMONO site

County proposes 5 miles of bike lanes on Neville Island

Find out the details Neville Township occupies the entirety of Neville Island – which sits in the Ohio River just

P-G: Pittsburgh Complete Streets planners emphasize change at initial public meeting

Pittsburgh’s First Complete Streets Public Meeting was Standing Room Only! Last night’s complete streets kickoff was amazingly well attended. In

Where to Park Your Bike Downtown

Downtown bike commuters, residents, and visitors now have a plethora of parking options Once upon a time, if you were


Five New Art Bike Racks Installed in the Cultural District Talk about a two-fer: more bike parking in Downtown and

Penn Ave Protected Lane Extension is Ready to Ride

Complete with Sweet Merge Lane Have you had a chance to ride the two block extension of the Penn Avenue

Why We Say Crash Not Accident | Remembering Mark Popovich

The stretch of road in Upper Burrell where Mark Popovich was killed   Let’s eliminate the word “accident” from our