City Of Pittsburgh Releases 50-Year Plan For TransportationThe City of Pittsburgh released a transportation plan for the next 50 years, and it includes several ambitious projects like gondolas and rapid direct transit to the airport.
City Receiving Complaints Of Scooters Left On Sidewalks 2 Weeks Into New ProgramIn the middle of a busy Market Square, you can catch a flash of wheels as scooters head through the crowd.
City Of Pittsburgh Launches 'Move PGH', New Program Aimed At Improving MobilityThe City of Pittsburgh announced Friday morning it was launching a first-of-its-kind mobility program.
City Looks To Make Dangerous Streets Safer For PedestriansWhat needs to be done to make city streets safer in Pittsburgh?
Pittsburgh Department Of Mobility And Infrastructure To Unveil Pedestrian Safety PlanPittsburgh's Department of Mobility and Infrastructure will reveal its Pedestrian Safety Action Plan.
McArdle Roadway In Mt. Washington Set To Close For Two WeeksMcArdle Roadway will be closed for two weeks starting Monday.
Five Month Closure Of Fort Duquesne Boulevard Begins This WeekBeginning on Tuesday, a portion of Fort Duquesne Boulevard will close and turn into what's being called "an event space."
Pittsburgh Department Of Mobility And Infrastructure Testing Robot Delivery ServiceThe Department of Mobility And Infrastructure is testing robot deliveries in Bloomfield.
City Of Pittsburgh To Add Hundreds Of Miles Of New Bike Lanes To Existing NetworkIt is Earth Week and Pittsburgh is in the midst of a battle over asphalt. Drivers want every inch they can get while the city is trying to make bicycle riders safer.
Pittsburgh To Invest $16M In Street Resurfacing Program This YearThis year, the City of Pittsburgh is investing nearly $16 million in the street resurfacing program.
Pittsburgh Dept. Of Mobility And Infrastructure Given $100,000 Grant To Help Restaurants & Small BusinessesThe Department of Mobility and Infrastructure has been awarded a $100,000 grant to help small businesses and restaurants with curbside pickup and takeout orders.
Pittsburgh Eyes Electric Scooters, Although They're Not Yet Street Legal In PennsylvaniaA scooter-share service is coming to Pittsburgh.
'Traffic Calming Devices:' City Seeing Increase In Demand For Speed HumpsYou may not be familiar with the city's new term: "Traffic Calming Devices" but you've certainly seen them while driving.
City Of Pittsburgh Testing Out Traffic Circles Along North Euclid AvenueThe city of Pittsburgh is taking traffic circles for a test drive.
City Says Some Residents Will Need To Move Their Cars Off Streets Set To Be Milled Or ResurfacedSome city residents will have to move their cars this week as some streets are slated to be milled or resurfaced.