Why the humble city bus is the key to improving U.S. public transit | Opinion
Many U.S. cities are coming around to the idea that buses are the future of public transit and are working to make that vision real.
Buses may stop at 5 p.m., but her Mom’s care is 7 days a week, Pgh. woman tells USDot Secretary Buttigieg
Lisa Gonzalez is a Pittsburgh community organizer veteran, family caretaker, and Community Worker at Pittsburgh Liberty K-5 public school. She relies on public transportation for her many responsibilities.
Pa. transit riders need a commitment to fare relief and full service with their funding | Opinion
Transit funding is in crisis. But the remedy cannot be to cut service for those who need it most, nor to extract fare revenue off the backs of those who can least afford to pay.
How Neighborways help provide safe passage away from Pgh’s busy streets
Plans are afoot to convert Reynolds Street in Point Breeze into a Neighborway. And there are broader plans for more.
COVID-19 in Erie: Erie reduces public bus service, depriving some of a vital lifeline
Erie's public transit system has seen its ridership plummet in the midst of the pandemic. Officials are making cuts in response, but aren't happy about it.