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What an amazing BRT and 59 Bus Celebration, and Launch of the Riders’ Vision for Public Transit!

Thank you to all those who joined us on the evening of June 25 to celebrate and lead the way for a more equitable, affordable and accessible public transit for all!

Rankin Resident Pearl Hughey talking about the importance of fare equity and ensuring that low-income riders don't have to pay more for the same essential service.

Rankin Resident Pearl Hughey talking about the importance of fare equity and ensuring that low-income riders don’t have to pay more for the same essential service.

See the Riders’ Vision for Public Transi tand Join the Campaign to fight for dedicated connections from the East Busway to Monroeville and McKeesport, free transfers and fare equity, free fare days across Summer 2019 using Clean Air Fund money, and winning policies connecting good transit to affordable housing. The work is only just beginning, and you all are key to making it happen. You can sign up on our website or you can email me, at laura@pittsburghforpublictransit.org, to get involved!
Check out the some of the great press in the Post Gazette, KDKA, WESA and SmartCitiesDive talking about the Vision!