Neighborhood Bicycle and Pedestrian Committees

^Click on a blue neighborhood or municipality to learn about a local bicycle/pedestrian committee.

Your voice is important

While BikePGH works on better biking and walking full time, we are only one piece of the puzzle. We still need your voice. Although we have members in every city neighborhood, it’s necessary for residents to contact their elected officials with problems, praises, and making sure that they are aware of your desire to live in a walkable, bikeable neighborhood. Our message is amplified when citizens take the time to contact decision makers.

How to be an Advocate During COVID-19

Making communities better for biking and walking doesn’t have to stop during this pandemic. In fact, you can do a lot from home. Read this helpful guide for up-to-date information around how to be an advocate from home during COVID-19.

Link to Document: How To Be An Advocate From Home: A Guide to Help During COVID-19


Join or start a neighborhood bike/ped committee

Several neighborhood biking and walking committees are working toward making their streets better for biking and walking, while building a local community of bicyclists:

*Don’t see your neighborhood on the list? Consider starting your own Neighborhood Bike/Ped Committee.

Calendar of public meetings, bike/ped committees, etc

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  • Allegheny Bike/Ped Corridor Committee
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  • Shadyside Complete Streets virtual meeting
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  • Virtual - South Side Smart Streets
  • Virtual Highland Park/East Lib Bike/Ped Committee Meeting - Capital Budget Requests
  • Reynolds Street Neighborway Public Meeting
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