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LIVE: The Peoples Forum at Repair The World Pittsburgh. We are fighting for our lives and we need to know what side our city council candidates are on.
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Pittsburghers for Public Transit

#Winning! Kania’s Out! Now Let’s Get Heather McClain Appointed to the Seat. Send your letter here: actionnetwork.org/letters/wolf-appoint-heather-mcclain-to-port-authority-board-of-directors ... See MoreSee Less

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Let there be no mistake: private tech companies are not here to enhance transit equity for our communities, they are here to make money.

Transit should be a human right, and not a means to siphon public dollars into private coffers. We need to hold our public officials accountable for spending public dollars on public transit. Not on ride hailing. Not on autonomous vehicles or on-demand shuttles. Not hyperloop. Not scooters or #micromobility trends.

A tech-driven future is not an equitable future for all.

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PPT at MLK Day at Kelly Strayhorn Theater

February 8th, 2018 Thank you to Lisa Gonzalez, Toni Haraldsen and Crystal Jennings for making our MLK Jr tabling session at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater such a success! Lots of students joined us to hear the story of Rosa Parks, transit as a civil right struggle, and tell us what their bus means to them!

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Build Ridership Not Walls! DCTR Coalition Rally

February 8th, 2018 Our Don’t Criminalize Transit Riders coalition delegated County Executive Rich Fitzgerald on Thursday, January 18th, to call on him to take a public position opposing fare enforcement policing on public transit. Nearly 30 riders went to his office at the County Courthouse; we were met by six police officers, and were refused an opportunity […]

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Residents urge Port Authority to maintain service for bus routes in Mon Valley

Over the past several months, Pittsburghers for Public Transit has been working with residents in the Mon Valley to make sure the 61 A, B, and C buses don’t get cut in frequency and that any transit improvement is an improvement for all! A couple of really awesome Braddock residents organized an event at the […]