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New Study Gives Community Vision for Connecting Lower Northside Neighborhoods

Walk Ride Northside's new Lower Northside Bicycle Connection Study gives community vision for connecting neighborhoods to Pittsburgh's bike network.

The Future of Smallman Street

Learn more about the proposed Smallman Street redevelopment project.

This Week: Pedestrian Killed in Aspinwall, Pedestrian Hit in Regent Square

According the the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Robert Ninehouser was killed Tuesday evening after he stepped off a bus in Aspinwall and attempted to cross Freeport at Western.

Tues. Jan 24: Four Mile Run Watershed Community Meeting

At this initial multi-community meeting, the design team will be presenting conceptual designs and seeking input from residents in and around the watershed.

Wed. Jan 18: Envisioning the Future of Smallman St Public Meeting

The City of Pittsburgh wants to redesign the really wide, free-for-all section of Smallman St in the Strip District.

Allegheny National Forest proposes opening up hiking trails to Mountain Biking

If you would like to provide your thoughts on the trail share proposal you must mail, call in, or e-mail your comments by midnight, Jan. 26.

2016 BEST OF THE BLOG

The numbers are in! Here's our most popular content of the year.

Outstanding Business Members of 2016

BikePGH gives thanks to our business members who play the roles of educators, advocates, community builders and change makers. Five outstanding businesses receive awards.

Connecting Communities: Positive Spin is Changing Lives

This year we launched a new Positive Spin program through a partnership with Action Housing. This program teaches these skills and also provides new bikes and accessories to young people aging out of foster services.

Dec 14: Public Meeting About Expanding, Connecting Downtown Bike Lanes and Trails

Weigh in on the City's Plans to Make Biking Around Downtown Safer

Pittsburgh City Council Approves Mayor’s Complete Streets Policy

We are happy to report that on Monday, November 21, City Council approved the Complete Streets Policy by a unanimous vote!

New BikePGH Report Snapshots Pedestrian and Bicycling Safety in Pittsburgh

TLDR: Putting people first reduces crashes and saves lives.

Pittsburgh 8th in no-car commute says Census Bureau’s Annual Survey

Transportation choice must be a priority for the 25% of Pittsburgh households with no access to a car

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