Ford Ford Partners With Pittsburgh To Address Local Mobility Issues By Margaret J. Krauss • Jun 5, 2018 Megan Harris / 90.5 WESA A public-private partnership with the Ford Motor Company aims to help Pittsburgh identify and solve its most pressing mobility challenges through a City of Tomorrow Challenge, Mayor Bill Peduto said Tuesday. More Women Than Ever Are Running For Congress. How Does Pennsylvania Stack Up? By Adelina Lancianese • Apr 12, 2018 Courtesy Rahul Kale / Chrissy Houlahan for Congress Listen Listening... / 4:08 90.5 WESA's Adelina Lancianese reports that more women than ever are running for the U.S. House. The names of distinguished men who have represented Pennsylvania in the U.S. House of Representatives could fill a book. But names of the women who have done the same fit comfortably on a sticky note. No Blocked Intersections, No Pittsburgh Lefts. BikePGH Survey Finds Cyclists Like Autonomous Cars By Mark Nootbaar • Mar 23, 2017 Gene J. Puskar / AP A Bike Pittsburgh survey from earlier this month found that about half of local cyclists approve of self-driving cars on city streets. The advocacy group launched the survey in an effort to find out how cyclists and pedestrians felt about the driverless technology and about 800 people weighed in. Ford Is The Latest Investor In Self-Driving Technology In Pittsburgh By Marcus Charleston • Feb 17, 2017 Alan Diaz / AP Listen Listening... / 48:40 The Confluence – where the news comes together is 90.5 WESA’s weekly news program. Each week reporters, editors and bloggers join veteran journalist, and host, Kevin Gavin. They’ll go behind the headlines taking an in-depth look at the stories important to the Pittsburgh region. This week's topics include Ford Motor Company investing $1 billion into Pittsburgh company Argo AI. We'll discuss a reports recommendations for helping children in the juvenile justice system. Discover which politicians in the state took in the most PAC money in 2015-16 and another medical malpractice suit, regarding fungal infections, has been filed against UPMC.