On Monday, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl announced that the City of Pittsburgh will be pushing for a bike share program on the scale of approximately 50 stations and 500 bikes citing the need to “attract and retain the talent we have here.” Pittsburgh will become the second city in Pennsylvania to start the process of adopting a bike share program behind Philadelphia, which has commissioned Foursquare Integrated Transportation Planning and the Toole Design Group to do a business plan for their bike share program.

We expect to see the city of Pittsburgh to issue an RFP for a feasibility study relatively soon.

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