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Commuting trends in Pittsburgh and beyond – a decade of the American Community Survey

Participants enjoying July’s OpenStreets event Trends from ten years of ACS data Here it is, our annual look at commuting

South Side Trail Connection Closure (Temporary)

Red line indicates the portion that will soon be fenced off Trail Users Should Take Marked Route By Ngani Ndimbie

Biking on Bayard Just Got Sweeter

New Bike Lanes Installed Yesterday on Bayard Thanks to the efforts of Mayor Peduto, City Planning, and DPW there is

Pittsburgh’s First Regional Commuter Survey

Bike, walk, bus, car or trolley – tell the city how you get to work Take a few moments from

PA Unveils Online Voter Registration System

New system makes it easier than ever to cast a ballot By Phil Hnatkovich Far be it from a biking

Amtrak Roll-On Service is Live!

Amtrak Launched Its New Roll-On Bicycle Service with Ribbon Cuttings in DC and Chicago Amtrak launched new roll-on bicycle service

Railroad Stepping Up Enforcement of Trespassing Over Tracks in Junction Hollow

Heads Up: Bicyclists & Pedestrians Halted in Attempts to Cross Junction Hollow Tracks A rail company in ownership of one

Bike Counts are Back – Sign Up to Volunteer

^ you, later this month   Volunteers Needed for September Bike and Pedestrian Counts In May, dozens of volunteers participated

AMTRAK ANNOUNCES ROLL ON SERVICE PGH <–> DC

It’s a #BikeFestPGH miracle By Ngani Ndimbie Let the history books show that on the 7th day of this year’s

Huh?! Eliza Furnace Trail Closure?

Yeah…that’s what we said too… By Ngani Ndimbie Although we regularly meet with city officials and representatives from Friends of

What to Do When Drivers Become Aggressive

Here’s what the police said You’ve probably heard by now that a woman was shoved off of her bicycle by

“Bicycle Fashion Bill” HB 1361 Moves to Pa House Transportation Committee

A BikePGH volunteer affixes lights to an unlit bicyclist during one of our Pop-Up Light Giveaways   Bicycle Fashion Bill

City: Bike Counter Data Shows More than 24,000 Trips in May on Penn Avenue Protected Bike Lanes

The long awaited counts are in! From the The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership (PDP): The PDP is pleased to announce our first

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