bike plan After 5 Years Of Work, Pittsburgh Releases Plan To Expand Biking Amenities By Kathleen J. Davis • Feb 6, 2020 Sarah Kovash / 90.5 WESA The city of Pittsburgh has released a roadmap to make the city more friendly to bikes and other light modes of transportation. The proposed Pittsburgh Bike (+) Master Plan has been in the works for five years. One Of Pittsburgh’s 2020 Resolutions: Invest In Bike And Pedestrian Infrastructure By Margaret J. Krauss • Jan 8, 2020 Margaret Sun / 90.5 WESA At the time when many of Pittsburgh’s streets were built, top travel speed was dictated by horses, and later, a trolley car at full tilt. With ‘Neighborways’ And Forthcoming Bike Plan, City Aims To Make Cycling Safer, Easier And More Fun By Margaret J. Krauss • Sep 30, 2019 Margaret J. Krauss / 90.5 WESA It’s called a "neighborway," fitting for a city famous for Fred Rogers and his neighborhood. It’s Coming: Pittsburgh’s Bike Plan Readies For A 2020 Debut By Margaret J. Krauss • Aug 19, 2019 Sarah Kovash / 90.5 WESA After nearly three years of work, Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure will present a draft of a new bike plan this fall. The work is part of a wider effort to rethink city streets. Biking In Pittsburgh, The Next Frontier By Margaret J. Krauss • Oct 24, 2018 Margaret J. Krauss / 90.5 WESA The number of people who bike in Pittsburgh continues to grow. The aim of the city’s bike plan is to ensure the infrastructure grows, too, but with high levels of public input.