Cyclists, pedestrians and safe-streets advocates are petitioning the city of Pittsburgh’s mayoral candidates to take an interest in infrastructure, programming and accessibility. The initiative is being led by the city’s advocacy group, BikePGH.
As I wrote about at Pittsburgh City Paper today, the group is asking “candidates to pledge to make Pittsburgh more livable for everyone, by making our streets and communities safe and inviting for biking and walking.”
Ride a bike in Pittsburgh? Walk the streets or sidewalk? Get involved, and know where you’re candidates stand. (If music is important to you, check out this group feature we did on where all of the Pittsburgh municipal candidates stand on their musical tastes!)