Allegheny County Council is poised to approve $100 million in federal pandemic relief funds without any public input.
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We joined allies in making clear how how PAAC’s new fare proposal falls short of ensuring mobility and food access for low-income transit riders.
Just Harvest and 21 community, advocacy, and labor organizations urged our U.S. Senators and Representatives to enact specific relief measures.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis of shocking proportion. We eagerly yearn for a return to normal, even as we picture what “a new normal” might require.
Ken Regal calls on city government to make the proposal’s zoning approval contingent on its addressing key concerns.
Today, we joined others in urging the Planing Commission to support a plan to boost affordable housing in one of the city’s most gentrified neighborhoods.
Longtime Pittsburghers for Public Transit activist Mel Packer details the transit woes of low-wage Port Authority riders.
Just Harvest and allies are calling on Port Authority of Allegheny County to adopt three fare policies for a more equitable, high-performing transit system.
Just Harvest is joining Pittsburghers for Public Transit and Mon Valley Initiative to advance the Riders’ Vision for Public Transit in Allegheny County.
On June 25, bus riders will be laying out the four planks of the Riders’ Transit Vision for growing transit service in the region as well as celebrating the preservation and restoration of key bus lines in the Mon Valley.