5 Reasons to Ride the Northside Tour De Sandwich
Sandwich Lovers Unite Like biking? Like sandwiches? Then we have the event for you! The Northside Leadership Conference and the Northside Bike/Ped Committee are hosting the second annual Le Tour de Sandwich a short (8 mile) sandwich-centered bike ride in the Northside held on Saturday, May 21st. Tickets and information HERE. 1. It raises money for the Norths...
If you want to ride your bike in Pittsburgh, you’ll probably have to park your bike in Pittsburgh too. This page has everything you need à la Bike Parking: where to park, how to park, what to buy, how to install. If you’ve still got questions, shoot us an email. How to keep your bike safe
Business Leaders Love the (Bike) Lanes
“This is not a fad that 20-somethings have discovered. The beards will go but not the bikes.” In the last month we’ve seen two articles released in which top tech leaders call for better bike infrastructure in Pittsburgh. Both Jon Bares, Director of Uber ATC, and Paul Graham, co-founder of Y Combinator, have singled out better
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Bike lane to be installed on One Wild Place as soon as weather permits This just in: Highland Park is getting a new bike lane along One Wild Place. Not only will this common sense project not result in any parking loss, the city has worked with the zoo and will actually adding parking with this project, and this
Judges could set vehicle breathalyzers as a condition of bail for DUI arrests State Representative Dom Costa (D-Allegheny County) has introduced legislation this session that would prevent those charged with DUI offenses from further endangering the public. HB 1775 mandates the installation of an ignition interlock device (IID, or vehicle breathalyzer) as a bail condition for those charged with DUI