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The University of Pittsburgh Department of Parking, Transportation & Services has recently created an online & mobile-friendly interactive campus bike map.
The SPC is seeking your input and has opened a public comment period for Air Quality Conformity Determination and proposed amendments.
What started as a simple idea to connect lady cyclists has turned into a movement with more than 60 inclusive riding groups all over the country.
Pitt Bicycle Collective won the 2017 Sustainable Solutions Competition, organized by PittServes that will go towards starting a bike co-op.
Learn more about the proposed Smallman Street redevelopment project.
Transportation has the ability to bring large groups of people together to commute and to protest. It is no wonder that utilizing these platforms has been essential in influencing business and affecting policy to promote equitable changes.
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.
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.
Transportation choice must be a priority for the 25% of Pittsburgh households with no access to a car
View and comment on the Penn Circle 2-Way Conversion Concepts
Tuesday Sept. 6th, we will ride in protest and remembrance We watched Dennis Flanagan’s death play out in slow motion.
Let’s Fill These Gaps! By Linus Pietrusza, Bridge of Pittsburgh Intern BIKEFEST is an annual celebration hosted by BikePGH that
Business Meetup on Transportation & Affordable Development examines intersections between causes We had an excellent turnout for our June Business Meetup