Low-income people of color bear brunt of rising pedestrian deaths | Analysis
Nationwide, the number of pedestrians killed by drivers from 2010 to 2019 increased by 45 percent to 6,237 a year, the equivalent of at least 17 people dying per day.
Pgh to get e-scooter pilot program thanks to provision included in the state budget
E-scooters are ridden while standing, and typically travel the speed of cyclists. They are different from electric mopeds (like Scoobi) and electric-assist bikes, aka e-bikes.
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.
Why Pittsburgh is above average for non-car transit, and how it might be getting better
Let’s hope this is just the start of efforts to loosen the grip that cars have had on Pittsburgh’s transportation system.
Older drivers and Public Safety: Preserve their independence by improving public transit | Ray E. Landis
Senior-friendly ride-sharing services, more neighborhood amenities, the potential for driverless cars – all offer alternatives that can help Pennsylvania’s growing older population avoid isolation.
Uber, PayPal, other big companies offer vaccine transportation help
The Vaccine Access Fund will be managed by Local Initiatives Support Corporation, a national nonprofit community development organization.
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.
SEPTA to further cut Regional Rail service, suspend overnight subway service
Starting on Monday, SEPTA will suspend overnight service on the Market-Frankford and Broad Street lines between 1 and 4:30 a.m.
Congress members from Philly, Pittsburgh want $150M bailout for SEPTA
In a letter to Congressional leaders, the lawmakers said Pa.'s mass transit agencies are a vital link during the COVID-19 pandemic.
These states are the biggest gas guzzlers. How did Pa. do? | Monday Morning Coffee
Yes, Pennsylvania traffic is still awful. No, we're not the worst. So there's that.
Could charging Pa. motorists for rush-hour driving pay for infrastructure? PennDOT wants to find out
Officials at the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation told a House panel this week that they’re studying a congestion fee as a solution to the state’s constant search for cash to fund highway and public transit investment.