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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

LNG shipments by rail approved in US amid pipeline battles

The protesting states include Pennsylvania.
By Marc Levy/The Associated Press

Judge reinstates charges in deadly Philadelphia Amtrak crash

Superior Court Judge Victor Stabile found the dismissal was based on fact-finding that should happen in a trial.
By The Associated Press

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GOP senators concerned about emissions capping program, skeptical about climate change

“When the price of gas goes up, if effects more rural Pennsylvanians because we don’t have the luxury of walking outside and catching a bus or train,” said Sen. Kim Ward.

By Kathleen Davis/WESA

Public input sought for potential region-wide transportation emissions cap-and-invest program

Pennsylvania may soon join a regional program meant to limit greenhouse gas emissions and increase investments in green transportation.

By Kathleen Davis/WESA

2 killed, dozens hurt, in snow squall wreck on Interstate 80 in Union County

Westbound traffic is being diverted today while tow trucks remove 15 to 20 cars and trucks.
By The Associated Press