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Get to know Democrats Darlene Harris, Bill Peduto and John Welch before Tuesday’s primary.
District 5 reflects Pittsburgh as a whole — and could be a citywide model — council member Corey O’Connor says
You’ve been warned: He’ll pick up his office phone.
Lead! Affordable housing! And yes, there was even a mention of bike lanes.
Ashleigh Deemer is outgoing Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak’s chief of staff, while Anthony Coghill is a roofing contractor and 19th Ward committee chair.
“Usual aggressive [human] drivers” have made us wary of law-abiding self-driving cars.
Good, bad, neutral: The advocacy organization is taking it all into consideration.
Meanwhile, the city says it is “continuing to evaluate and explore options” for bike lanes on Fort Pitt Boulevard.
TransitSource tested its Sentinel Box in the East End.
Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith said the proposal she introduced was not meant to be “adversarial.”
But what about parking? Downtown business owners asked during a meeting Wednesday.