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Safe Passing Legislation gets a media spotlight

PA becomes yet another state to pass a safe passing law to protect people on bikes It’s true, the safe

Pennsylvania earns terrible grades, grounded till it gets its act together

What would you tell your kid if they came home with a report card showing they flunked three classes, barely

Act Now to Defend Dollars for Biking and Walking!

As we alerted you on April 15th, the latest budget agreed upon by the U.S. Congress includes $2.5 billion in

Post-Gazette: Ghost Bikes – Rough memorials honor cyclists killed while riding

This ghost bike was placed at the corner of Meyran Avenue and Louisa Street in Oakland in memory of Rui

Nov. 18th: Public Meeting on Bike/Ped Planning in Oakland

You may remember that a little over a month ago we asked you to take a survey about your experience

Post-Gazette: Erie-Pittsburgh trail crucial — and one ‘sweet ride’

Saturday, November 14, 2009 By Larry Walsh, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette The next Great Allegheny Passage. That’s the goal of the Erie-Pittsburgh

Take Action: Tell Gov. Rendell to Release Millions of Dollars of Safe Routes to School Money to our Communities

Remember when we told you that the League of American Bicycliststs ranked Pennsylvania as 38th out of 50 states on

Tell the Highway Lobby and PennDOT about Your ’09 Transportation Priorites

PennDOT and AASHTO Join forces to campaign for better roads, need public input The American Association of State Highway and

PennDOT Launches “Smart Transportation” Initiative

The PennDOT Smart Transportation website may not be very specific on what they mean by “smart transportation,” but the cover