An increase in bike usage is encouraging Pittsburgh to improve its road safety for cyclists.
The city’s love for biking around town is nothing new. However, a recent surge can partly be attributed to lifted COVID restrictions and the general desire to live a more active lifestyle.
Construction for the city’s new bike lanes began this past July on California Avenue, located on Pittsburgh’s North Side. The lanes will be accompanied by speed bumps, permanent road signs and new pavement markings as well.
You can learn more about the new bike lanes, along with other safety measures in action, here.
– Trey Adams, WordWrite