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Lebanon County group works to get bikes to those in need

A new organization in Lebanon wants to get bikes in the hands of people that need them.

By Jeremy Long

More cyclists are being killed by cars. Advocates say U.S. streets are the problem

Amid a sharp increase in fatalities and serious injuries among cyclists hit by cars and trucks, some cycling advocates say there’s often a disconnect between efforts to encourage more biking and ensuring the safety of bicyclists.


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Cool for the spring: Pennsylvania park programs are open again

Outdoor and in-person park programs have resumed and are limited to 40 participants per program.

By Hannah Chinn/WHYY

Schuylkill to Susquehanna Greenway gets special state designation

The trail runs through Chester, Montgomery and Lancaster counties, and enables people to travel between the Schuylkill and Susquehanna rivers.

By Darryl C. Murphy/WHYY

It’s Not Just You: There Really Are More People Riding Bikes

National, county, and city data reflect an increased appetite for bikes. According to analytics company Streetlight Data, bike miles in the Pittsburgh region saw up to a 19 percent increase in May 2020.

By Margaret J. Krauss/WESA

After five years of work, Pittsburgh releases plan to expand biking amenities

The Pittsburgh Bike (+) Master Plan proposes a mobility network that would ultimately include 120 miles of new facilities, such as bike lanes, and 32 miles of new trails.

By Kathleen Davis/WESA