Did you miss our community meeting in Baldwin last night, but still want to be clued into the campaign?
Or, do you want to share some of the materials we distributed with friends, family, and neighbors?
Now you can!
Seventy residents met last night and agreed to two immediate plans of action:
1) A letter-writing campaign to transit decision-makers, including our County Executive and the Port Authority’s CEO and Chair of the Board (please send one or three by July 1!)
For tips, contact information, and a sample letter, see PPT’s handout about Writing a Letter to Transit Decisionmakers.
2) Participating in the public comment period at Port Authority board meetings to publicly express concerns about the lack of transit in the borough (the next one is Friday, June 27 at 9:30AM at 345 Sixth Ave in Downtown Pittsburgh, and you have to register at least a week in advance)
Read all the information in PPT’s handout about Speaking at a Port Authority Board Meeting.
We are also always collecting more surveys to share with the Port Authority about the transit needs of Baldwin – if you haven’t already, fill one out at our “Community Surveys” tab!