Categories for urban design

It’s Time to #CountPGH!

The City of Pittsburgh is leading fall bicycle and pedestrian counts and they need your help!

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

$600,000 grant will help make Beechview more bikeable, walkable

Images from a 2011 Beechview Transit Revitalization Investment District (TRID) Study. A public process will be used to decide final

What’s in a number? Counting parking and who counts in a new Pittsburgh.

The math of parking for a planned Forbes Ave. residential complex highlights the past costs and future promise of development in

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 Intersection of Transportation & Affordable Development BikePGH’s June Business Meetup

We’re all in the business of building a better Pittsburgh so let’s get down to it: Affordable transportation and affordable

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

Gearing up for CountPGH

  It’s time to Count Pittsburgh! The City Planning Department is gearing up for another Spring Bike and Pedestrian Count and

Students For A Safer Oakland

  92% of students in new survey say there’s a need for safer streets for people on bikes After the traffic

The Dream Streets Tour, US Edition

South Platte River Trail, Denver. Photo credit: Julie Mallis.   Take a vacation at your desk, on us By Phil Hnatkovich,

Slippy When Winter: The Curious Case of the Millvale Avenue Bridge

Winter maintenance lapses endanger pedestrians and cyclists By Phil Hnatkovich, communications contributor The topic of winter conditions on city bridges is

Where to Park Your Bike Downtown

Downtown bike commuters, residents, and visitors now have a plethora of parking options Once upon a time, if you were

Advocates duke it out in Newpapers’ Opinion Sections

Letters flood the Papers demanding safe streets Enough is enough. The public won’t stay quiet any longer. People are taking action and