Tag Archive: walking

Interview with the Weekly Walking Club

Discover and Wander with the Weekly Walking Club By Liz McLaughlin, BikePGH volunteer It’s no secret that walking is a

Shoveling Snow is Pedestrian-Friendly

C’mon, folks! Let’s shovel more than paths to our cars. Winter Walkers Need Safe Streets Shoveling your sidewalk is a

Walk this way: 6 Fall Walks You Should Definitely Try

BikePGH staff share their favorite fall walks Fall foliage and nice, cool weather are just two of many reasons to

Speak up for better biking and walking at the Capital Budget Public Hearing – October 29

Help make Pittsburgh a safer place for people to bike and walk The City of Pittsburgh will hold a capital

Crossing Guard Appreciation Day: Oct. 22nd

Thank your Crossing Guards on Wednesday October 22nd! Come rain, come shine, come snow, come sleet… the show must go

Shovel Your Walk

C’mon, folks! Let’s shovel more than paths to our cars. Winter Walkers Need Safe Streets Shoveling your sidewalk is a

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

Participate: Final Meetings on the City’s Open Space Plan

If you want to make sure biking and walking accessibility and programming get priority attention in the City’s 25 year

CRITICALLY IMPORTANT – Funding for biking and walking under attack. Take Immediate Action!

This just in from the Alliance for Biking & Walking: DEDICATED FUNDING FOR BICYCLING AND WALKING HAS BEEN CUT in

Prepare to defend biking and walking!

Next week biking and walking could lose hundreds of millions of dollars across the country and we want to make

POP City: Spike in Burghers who bike and hike to work doesn’t surprise BikePGH

For Good Spike in Burghers who bike and hike to work doesn’t surprise BikePGH Wednesday, October 13, 2010 Reward yourself

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

Pittsburgh Neighborhood Commuting Trends: Carbon-neutral vs. Auto-dependent

Uptown’s dense streets and proximity to Downtown and Oakland make commuting easy A recent post over at one of our