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Remember, Protest, Ride for Dennis Flanagan

Tuesday Sept. 6th, we will ride in protest and remembrance We watched Dennis Flanagan’s death play out in slow motion.

Here’s your chance: BikeFest 2K16

Let’s Fill These Gaps! By Linus Pietrusza, Bridge of Pittsburgh Intern BIKEFEST is an annual celebration hosted by BikePGH that

SLIDES: from June Business Network Meetup

Business Meetup on Transportation & Affordable Development examines intersections between causes We had an excellent turnout for our June Business Meetup

City creating new bike plan, announces community meeting dates

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

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

The 2016 National Bike Challenge

Connecting Businesses and Riders By Suzanne Wasilko, business intern This May, PeopleForBikes kicked off the fifth year of their National

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

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

State Bill Sharpens Tools Against Drunk Driving

Judges could set vehicle breathalyzers as a condition of bail for DUI arrests State Representative Dom Costa (D-Allegheny County) has introduced legislation


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

Win Raffle Prizes at Women & Biking Forum

Win Raffles at The 2016 Pittsburgh Women & Biking Forum By Duo Wang, Intern of BikePGH We have some exciting

The comeback story, as told through a bike map.

Version 6 of the Pittsburgh Bike Map will be another milestone for safe streets By Dan Yablonsky Set the stage:

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