Tag Archive: transit

2016 Best of the Message Board

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

Winter on Two Wheels: Your Guide to Cold Weather Bike Commuting

Icicles & Bicycles: 10 Steps to Winter Weather Commuting By Liz McLaughlin, BikePGH volunteer Now that Pittsburgh winter is officially

Trib: Trains, buses, bikes make up vision for travel between Oakland, Downtown

By Bobby Kerlik Pittsburgh Mayor-elect Bill Peduto has big ideas for remaking the city’s transportation network and hopes commuters will

WESA: Pittsburgh Ranks 8th in Car-Less Commuting

Pittsburgh Ranks Eighth in Car-Less Commuting by: Katie Blackley November 7, 2013 –¬†From biking, to walking, to riding public transit,

Our response to the P-G Editorial on East End TOD Plan

Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Certainly wise words that an editorial in today’s

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

Pittsburgh sees 206 percent rise in bicycle commuting since 2000 – Fourth largest increase in the country

Cyclists on the brand new Millvale trail connection Pittsburgh: Fourth largest growth in bike commuting in the nation since 2000

USN ranks Pittsburgh among 15 best cities for short commutes – cites quality transit, high percent of non-car commuters

Pittsburgh Average commute time: 23.1 minutes Non-car commuters: 33.5 percent Some cities, like New York, have uncommonly extensive Public Transportation

BikePGH’s Letter to the Post-Gazette Editor: Multimodal Transit and the Port Authority’s TDP

Originally Published on Wednesday, June 24, 2009 Pittsburgh-Post Gazette Multimodal transit I’m writing in response to the Port Authority’s Transit

Comment on the Port Authority’s Transit Development Plan at Today’s Open House in Oakland

Please Go to the Open House today in Oakland The Port Authority of Allegheny County is in a process of

Post-Gazette: Can transit grow neighborhoods?

I was one of the 170 people who attended the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) symposium last Tuesday on the 31st

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

President-elect Obama responds to Transportation For America

Go to www.t4america.org to sign a new letter urging the Obama administration to commit to supporting a 21st century transportation