November 8, 2018

9 NEW Healthy Ride Stations

More and more stations are installed each week. We’re filling in gaps in the current station and building new connections to grocery stores, museums, bike lanes, and homes.  Most recently we’ve expanded into Garfield, East Liberty, Northside, Oakland, Downtown and the Strip District. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest station updates. Want to see all of the coming-soon stations? Check the full expansion map here to see if we’re coming to your neighborhood, work, or school.  For now, scroll down and enjoy the newest bike share stations in Pittsburgh!


East Liberty

E Liberty Blvd & Larimer Ave

Conveniently located along the E Liberty Blvd bike lane, this station connects residents to the two major corridors of Negley Ave and Penn Ave. It’s also just across the street from the Community Outreach Center and a gateway to running errands in the East End. And as you cruise down that beautiful bike lane, take a moment to look at the public art installation featuring stories from longtime Larimer residents.


East Liberty

Penn Ave at the Village at Eastside

Trader Joe’s fans rejoice! Get all your grocery shopping done without the parking lot hassle. This station is part of a continued effort to fill gaps along Penn Ave and make more connections to public resources.



Wood St & Sixth Ave

More stations move into the Cultural District linking you to theaters, restaurants, galleries, and nightlife. This station is close to the T station and many bus stops, making it a great spot for our ConnectCard users who receive free 15-min rides. Hop from bus to bike and back again!



Frazier & Dawson

Many of you asked for stations in South Oakland. This is the first of many connecting local residents to the larger Healthy Ride system. Located just outside Dan Marino Park, this provides another great connection from residential housing to the University of Pittsburgh and Oakland’s business district.



Semple St & Louisa St

Bike to school, work, and some of Pittsburgh’s best restaurants and museums. Just a 5 minute bike ride from this station can get you to some of the best spots in the Burgh.



Schenley Dr & Forbes Ave

What a great intersection for a Healthy Ride Station. This one will be busy in Spring and Summer for all the music festivals, fairs, and Schenley Plaza shindigs. It’s also the meet up location for WMNBike PGH rides each month. And let’s not forget front door access to The Porch.



Penn Ave & N Atlantic Ave

We continue filling in gaps along Penn Ave with the new station at N Atlantic. Right across the street from Aldi, it’s a great spot to start your journey and cruise down into East Liberty.



Arch St & Jacksonia St

It’s the Randyland Station! Even Randy himself is excited about the new station. Not to mention the Mattress Factory is just a quick walk down Jacksonia, and it’s a perfect station from linking residents to North Side restaurants and businesses.


Strip District

14th St & Penn Ave

There’s a new Strip District station perfect for Art Institute students, staff, and faculty looking for an active way to get to campus or connect to Downtown restaurants for lunch. Conveniently located along the Penn Ave bike lane, this station makes it safe and easy to move up and down Penn Ave.

Enjoy the new stations, and keep an eye out for more coming to your neighborhood!

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