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Downtown’s 3rd Ave Garage Transforms Area Into Bicycle Parking Facility

Watch this unused space transform! Complete set can be viewed on Flickr   City, Parking Authority, BikePGH transform space in

BikePGH ED Interviewed on 90.5 WESA Essential Pittsburgh

Could a bike sharing program allow the Steel City to follow in the bike tracks of Washington, D.C. and London?

Mayor Ravenstahl Announces Bike Share System Coming to Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh latest city to embrace bike share Today, Mayor Ravenstahl announced that the city will begin implementing a citywide bike

Please join us for a big announcement on Monday, March 11 at 11am

Press Release Join Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, BikePGH and project stakeholders and community members on Monday, March 11, 2013 at 11am

Parking Swaps Make a Statement

And Here is Our Statement on Parking Swaps (Above) An example of a bike corral in San Francisco. If your

Be an Advocate! Make sure your favorite businesses have bike racks

Simply print out the sheet, cut, and give them to your favorite businesses in need of bike racks Back in

Mayor unveils vision for Allegheny Riverfront, includes ‘bike-friendly’ streets, bike trail and commuter rail

Commuter rail and “bike-friendly” streets and bike trail, oh my. Monday, February 14, 2011 By Jon Schmitz, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Mayor

Allegheny Riverfront Rail-with-Trail Planning project gets $1.5M in federal TIGER II funding

A plan to develop a multi-modal transportation corridor along a 6.45-mile stretch of land along the Allegheny Riverfront, called the

BikePGH’s new office – finally with bike parking

Two lovely bike racks appeared at the BikePGH office today. Thanks Pittsburgh Public Works! We’ve received no less than a

Wed, June 16: Join the celebration of our Bronze Bike-Friendly Status with Mayor Luke Ravenstahl

Two years ago, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl stood with BikePGH Executive Director Scott Bricker to introduce Stephen Patchan, the new Bike/Ped

Bike racks starting to populate city streets

The City installed two bike racks at Espresso a Mano on Butler St in Lawrenceville.  Previously there was nothing to

Pop City: With 200 additional racks, city nearly doubles bike parking spaces

With 200 additional racks, city nearly doubles bike parking spaces With no bike racks available, cyclists are often forced to

Politics of the simple bike rack: How far we’ve come since 2004

How simple things are often complex Bike racks are often used as symbols of bike friendliness.  Although they are an