Bike. Walk. Vote.


Bike. Walk. Vote.

These three words sum up our work. Not only is it important to actually get out there and bike and walk, it’s important that our elected officials are committed to improving your experience and safety. Additionally, it’s crucial that they know that people are paying attention, reading, sharing, and voting.

Since 2009, BikePGH has been educating our members and facebook and twitter followers on how candidates in local elections will push these issues. Sometimes they don’t respond, which says a lot – however, those candidates don’t tend to win, anyway.

Take a look at previous I Walk. I Bike. I Vote. questionnaires.

2018 Pittsburgh City Council District 8 Special Election

2017 Mayoral Election

2015 Pittsburgh City Council

2013 Mayoral and Pittsburgh City Council

2011 Allegheny County Chief Executive and Pittsburgh City Council

2009 Mayoral Election

2007 City Council and Controller

Your voice is needed: Sign the pledge to vote in your local election

Biking and walking are affordable and healthy ways for Pittsburghers to get to work, to the grocery store, to school, to the doctor, or to anywhere else that we need to go. And I want the Mayoral candidates to pledge to make Pittsburgh streets and communities safe for all bicyclists and pedestrians. #race4pgh #bikewalkvote

Your name will be sent to all the mayoral candidates to show them that biking and walking is an issue that you care about.

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