Tag Archive: port authority

2016 Best of the Message Board

Here are the most popular threads from 2016, just in case you missed them!

CP: Open the Wabash Tunnel to Cyclists

Could bikes also use the tunnel? The story of bike commuting in Pittsburgh is arguably a tale of two cities.

Car Free Fridays Kicks Off With Banff Mountain Film Festival April 6 & 7

It Doesn’t Have to be Friday to Celebrate Car Free Fridays A spring weekend is the perfect time to explore

PG: Bikes can now ride all PAT buses

Sunday, November 27, 2011 By Shannon M. Nass, Special to the Post-Gazette Port Authority Transit buses have had a face

VIDEO: Stu shows off how easy it is to use the bike racks on the front of Port Authority buses

How to use the freshly complete fleet The Port Authority recently announced that BikePGH’s campaign’s to outfit every bus with

Port Authority Announces No Peak Restrictions for Bikes on the T

All Buses Now Equipped with Racks If you use a bike for transportation, or you have been considering it, Pittsburgh

Completing the Fleet: The 10-year road to outfitting 100 percent of Port Authority buses with bike racks

After 10 full years of dedicated advocacy and leadership, every bus now has a bike rack.  Here’s the story. On

Transportation Exploration Celebrates Sustainable Commuting Options

Port Authority to make the long awaited announcement that their fleet is now complete with bus-mounted bike racks.  You’re invited

Car Free Fridays 2010 Report and Webcast

Thank you for supporting Car Free Fridays in 2010! At BikePGH we’re really happy with the results. A special thanks

2010 Year in Review

The window display on our office reflecting the iconic Doughboy statue Like the sign in our window says, thank you

Port Authority to Complete the Fleet by Next Year

After years of advocating for better integration with Port Authority vehicles, they have officially decided to outfit the remaining 190

Come and Get it . . . Car Free Fridays this Friday

Breakfast locations If you haven’t yet participated in a Car Free Fridays for 2010 this week is likely your last

Friday Evening Bike Tours Highlight One of the Region’s Historic Districts

Carnegie is a wonderful little town with much of the historic built environment intact Carnegie residents have held on to