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Pittsburgh Releases New Bike(+) Plan

The City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) has released its new Bike(+) Plan! DOMI uses the term “Bike(+)” to mean lightweight, low-speed vehicles without internal combustion engines, including traditional bicycles, kick-scooters, and skateboards, but also electric versions of those vehicles and other personal mobility devices. This inclusion is particularly important in neighborhoods
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Four Mile Run Watershed Green Infrastructure Plan Takes Shape

By Scott Roller and Erin Tobin, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy   Schenley Park and the neighborhoods that surround it are part of the Four Mile Run Watershed, and with that, comes some astounding figures. One such number is 22,792,000. That’s the number of gallons of water that fall on a 560 acre site within the Four
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