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New Census numbers show Pittsburgh has the nation’s largest bike commuter jump since Y2K

The addition of protected bike lanes on Penn Ave helps build bike commuters from an early age, training wheels and

2012 American Community Survey indicates upward bicycling trend nationwide

People riding over the Smithfield St Bridge After a year of small investments in bike infrastructure, Pittsburgh’s 2012 bicycling mode

2011 Census Data: Pittsburgh a Top 5 Biking and Walking City

Photo by flickr user pghmtb Pittsburgh ranks 5th in “biking and walking” mode share, 7th in biking, walking, and transit

Bike Commuting Rates in Pittsburgh Still on the Rise, Up 269% Percent Since 2000 Census

As of Friday, 100% of Pittsburgh buses have bike racks. ┬áThese increased options help Pittsburgh’s commuters stay car-free Up 269%,

Pittsburgh sees 206 percent rise in bicycle commuting since 2000 – Fourth largest increase in the country

Cyclists on the brand new Millvale trail connection Pittsburgh: Fourth largest growth in bike commuting in the nation since 2000

Pittsburgh Neighborhood Commuting Trends: Carbon-neutral vs. Auto-dependent

Uptown’s dense streets and proximity to Downtown and Oakland make commuting easy A recent post over at one of our

Post-Gazette: A tiny incentive to burn calories, not gas

Thursday, October 16, 2008 By Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette I’m 52 and I often ride my bike to work. Had