The City of Pittsburgh is leading fall bicycle and pedestrian counts and they need your help!
Can’t miss it: Jim Leonard keeps his bicycle decked out with LED lights for visible night riding The More
Help make Pittsburgh a safer place for people to bike and walk The City of Pittsburgh will hold a capital
Pittsburgh is 1 of 6 cities selected for national Green Lanes Project 2.0 by PeopleForBikes PeopleForBikes has selected Pittsburgh to be
PennDOT rated below-average for total number of bike/ped projects, amount of bike/ped funding, and transparency of transportation project information. Lifting
By Ben Adler So you think bike lanes and mass transit are just the hobbyhorses of a handful of elites in
PennDOT’s plans call for retiming the signals on Penn Ave, but not much else Penn Ave in Point Breeze is
Assuming you all know The News, many of you might be wondering what it might mean for biking and walking.
Click on the image to download a copy of the PDF Walnut Capital, the development company behind Bakery Square and
Click image to make bigger Pittsburgh’s growing network of on-street bike markings Since 2007, we’ve worked with the City
What goes together better than biking and local, seasonal food? Ok, maybe local, seasonal beverages, but not much else that’s
The window display on our office reflecting the iconic Doughboy statue Like the sign in our window says, thank you
Wednesday, November 10 is going to be an exciting day to be a Bike Pittsburgh member. Free Breakfast! Start this