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General Membership Meeting

OUR TRANSIT LINES ARE LIFELINES. JOIN PITTSBURGHERS FOR PUBLIC TRANSIT TO HELP DEFEND THEM! You’re invited to attend our general membership meeting on Saturday, September 21st at 10 AM at the Human Services Building in downtown Pittsburgh (One Smithfield St) to plan our fall actions to defend public transportation in our neighborhoods.At the meeting, we will discuss […]

PPT endorses the Pittsburgh Troublemakers School

Layoffs, union-busting, and slash-and-burn budgets are squeezing working people. Rank-and-file union members and community activists are rebuilding solidarity and fighting back together. Join us. On October 5th, from 11am-5pm, the Pittsburgh troublemakers are planning a day of skill-building workshops, education and strategy discussions to put the movement back in the labor movement.Lunch is provided. Workshops […]

PPT Hill District chapter meeting

If you live in the Hill District, or ride the 81, 82, 0r 83 Port Authority routes, you’re invited to attend the PPT Hill District chapter meeting on Monday, September 16th at 6:30-8pm at the Hill District Carnegie Library, 2177 Centre Ave. At the meeting, we will discuss ways that we can work together to… Call […]

Labor Day Parade Action For Public Transit!

Labor Day Parade Action For Public Transit!Monday, Sept 2, 9-11:30 a.m.Meet at Freedom Corner (Centre and Crawford Avenues in the Hill District) Please join a broad-based coalition of public transit advocates to lobby for public transit before and during Pittsburgh’s Labor Day Parade! We will distribute leaflets with key information and contact information to call […]

Community-Wide Meeting to Plan Defense of Public Transit

Saturday, August 17 at 10am One Smithfield St, Human Services Building Downtown Pittsburgh  You’re invited to attend a community-wide meeting to plan our fall actions to defend our public transportation.  At the meeting, we will discuss:  New PPT neighborhood chapters have launched this month. We’ll consider how we can build wider support for their upcoming […]

Neighborhood Chapters begin to launch

Because PA Senate Bill 1 to fund transportation failed to pass, and because we have little confirmed current information about public transit funding over the next two years, at our last General Membership meeting on July 20th,  Pittsburghers for Public Transit resolved to build chapters committees and networks in neighborhoods that will be impacted by […]