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Make My Trip Count survey

The city and other partners are conducting a survey on commuting in Pittsburgh. Let’s make sure that transit riders’ voices are heard! The survey is focused on those who commute to downtown and Oakland, but everyone can take it! Please take the survey¬†here: More information from Make My Trip Count: Most days of the week, […]

Dozens of riders and supporters celebrate getting bus service to transit deserts!

Here is the media coverage from our event. Thanks to all who made the event and these campaigns such a big success! http://triblive.com/news/adminpage/9056072-74/bus-riders-authority#axzz3lGBgptCG http://www.pghcitypaper.com/Blogh/archives/2015/09/09/two-transit-deserts-get-bus-service-back http://wesa.fm/post/restored-service-baldwin-groveton-squelches-four-year-transit-desert — More recap of the event from us: After being stuck in a transit desert for years, residents celebrated their inaugural rides into town this morning! Dozens of Baldwin and […]

Celebrate getting bus service to transit deserts!

After being stuck in a transit desert for years, residents are ready to ride! On Wed Sept 9th, join Baldwin and Groveton community members, along with Pittsburghers for Public Transit, as we ride the 44 Knoxville and 20 Kennedy to town. If you live in Baldwin, we’re taking the 7:25 am bus from Churchview Garden […]

Residents get ready to ride!

Groveton residents met on July 29th to learn more about the bus service that’s coming back to their community! These folks are excited their hard work paid off: PPT and Buses for Baldwin had a booth at Baldwin’s community day on Saturday! Here we are sharing the great news about bus service coming back to […]

Tell Port Authority you want fair transit fares!

Port Authority is reviewing their fare policy in the coming months, with changes to be enacted in July of 2016. These changes could likely include a fare increase, and we are concerned about the negative impact this would have on our communities. We do not think funding should come off the backs of riders and […]