During this session we discussed how traffic can be a way to put people in the way of violence. We posed the question, How has your personal safety been threatened while moving through public spaces, because of your identity?
The City of Pittsburgh is leading fall bicycle and pedestrian counts and they need your help!
Hear directly from the youth about their experience during the first week of Positive Spin Positive Spin has returned to
How to bike with your four-legged friend By Adrienne Baldini, BikePGH volunteer Picture this: It’s a warm Saturday morning, the
Photo credit: Easycycling.com Can you spot the cyclist? We are struggling. The person in the photo above has donned the easiest
Taking the time to say thanks About a month ago we sent an email to our supporters requesting that they
Thank your Crossing Guards on Wednesday October 22nd! Come rain, come shine, come snow, come sleet… the show must go
Father. Wide Receiver. Rides a Bike. Pass With Care. Bike Pittsburgh launched a public awareness campaign over two months ago to
25 Invisible Bicyclists Rode Away with Lights on Friday thanks to the Pop-Up Bike Light Giveaway! Last Friday, September 27th,
Bicyclists Hope To Share The Road With Motorists Will Groves doesn’t just ride a bike, he depends upon it. For
PennDOT’s plans call for retiming the signals on Penn Ave, but not much else Penn Ave in Point Breeze is
Support MJai! Benefit Show for Hit-and-Run Victim Bicycle commuter MJai was injured by the driver of a car while riding
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review By Margaret Harding Published: Sunday, August 19, 2012, 11:59 p.m. Cyclists have a response for