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60 Bikes Land in PGH. Destination: Positive Spin

PricewaterhouseCoopers employees outfit our Positive Spin kids with a new fleet of bicycles Last month a group of 150 new hires at

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

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

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.

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

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

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

WPXI: Pittsburghers call for bike lanes in Oakland after recent deaths

“Bicycling Didn’t Kill Susan” Dozens of concerned residents of Pittsburgh and surrounding areas came out to mourn the lives of

Trib: Freeport Road between Blawnox, Harmar dropping from 4 to 3 lanes to give room for cyclists

We did it! With cars whizzing by at speeds well over the 55mph limit, biking and walking on Freeport Road can

Mayor’s Office Announces Bike Lane Installation on East Street in Northside

A New Protected Bike Lane is On the Way Huge thanks to the extensive outreach done by the Department of City

Candlelight Vigil in Honor of Susan Hicks

Candlelight Vigil in Honor of Susan Hicks Around 5:00 p.m. on October 24th, Susan Hicks was struck and killed while

WESA: More Funding Secured For Anti-Distracted Driving Teen Program

A quarter of teens respond to a text message once or more every time they drive Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

Trib: Battle over potential sidewalk ordinance heats up in Ross

This is what pedestrians face in one of the few spots on McKnight Rd that acknowledges their existence Ross Township Pedestrian and