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Pittsburgh Falls Short in Smart City Challenge Bid (But Our Future is Still Bright)

As reported by Paul J. Gough at the Pittsburgh Business Times: Columbus, Ohio, will be awarded the $50 million Smart

2016 Bike to Work Day: Bikes vs Cars count on the Penn Ave Bike Lane

1 bike for every 3 cars on this year’s Penn Ave Bike to Work Day Count, peaking at 31% of

Wed. June 1: Bigelow Blvd Bike Infrastructure Public Meeting

Add your voice to the growing bike lane network This project will fill the missing link in the existing Bigelow

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

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

All of Allegheny County crash data since 2004 now available to public

Snapshot of every reported crash in Allegheny County, 2014 For the first time, the public now has easy access to


Join BikePGH to celebrate the release of the 6th Version of the Pittsburgh Bike Map at Highmark Stadium! May 19th

“Bike Nights” Launched for Riverhounds’ 2016 Season

Soccer + Bikes. What’s not to love? The Riverhounds have caught the fever; the bike fever that is. They want

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

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

Uptown EcoInnovation to Make Room for Bikes, Busses

How the Uptown EcoInnovation District planning process can help make for a safer Fifth/Forbes The neighborhood of Uptown is directly

Biking for Special Needs Kids

A local town is teaching kids with special needs how to bike and they need your volunteer help By Lauren McGuirk