What’s next for the Pittsburgh commute?

Pittsburgh’s density is driving both commuting and real estate decisions. There’s been a 20 percent increase in the number of people who live downtown and for the first time in 50 years the number of US families without a car has gone up. And more than ever, people are making transit decisions based on health, fitness, affordability and environmental impact.
While nearly half of Pittsburgh commuters still drive, the city is uniquely positioned to offer a variety of options. May we suggest a NICE commute? That is, one with no internal combustion engine of your own? Here’s what Pittsburgh has to offer: