News Archive


Plans for parks, trails along Allegheny River communities moving forward
(Post Gazette 6/18/19)

Landmark: Pittsburgh Hays eagles successfully raises 10th eaglet, takes first flight
(TribLIVE 6/17/19)

Biking-walking corridor in Harrison gets another financial boost
(TribLIVE 6/2/19)

Friends of the Riverfront Volunteers cut invasive vines on the NS trail
(Northside Chronicle 6/1/19)

What Will It Take to Finish This Bike Route Across the U.S.?
(CityLab 5/10/19)

4 Southwestern Pa. trails could be part of coast-to-coast bike route
(TribLIVE 5/9/19)

‘Great American Rail-Trail’ Includes Pittsburgh-Area Three Rivers Heritage Trails In Nationwide Route
(Post Gazette 5/8/19)

The Great American Rail-Trail is coming through Pittsburgh
(Post Gazette 5/8/19)

10 trails with kid-appeal in and around Pittsburgh
(NEXTpittsburgh 5/6/19)

Who knew? Gritty Pittsburgh is downright neighborly
(Dallas News 4/29/19)

Pittsburgh bald eagles deliver 1st egg of the year in 7th year of nesting
(TribLIVE 2/12/19)

Support strong for recreational trail through Brackenridge
(TribLIVE 2/8/19)

Brackenridge to hold public meeting on riverfront trail project
(TribLIVE 2/5/19)


Friends of the Riverfront to host an open house in Etna
(TribLIVE 8/24/18)

Friends of the Riverfront to relocate headquarters to Etna
(Pittsburgh Business Times 6/27/18)

Friends of the Riverfront relocates to Etna
(TribLIVE 6/26/18)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail segment opens in Blawnox
(TribLIVE 6/22/18)

Want more beautiful riverfront trails? Here’s your chance to help Friends of the Riverfront and ALCOSAN
(NEXTpittsburgh 6/18/18)

Valerie Beichner: Tight times forced nonprofits to collaborate more
(Post Gazette 5/8/18)

25 Best Things to Do in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
( 4/19/18)

Who’s Next:Philanthropy; 17 people invested in making Pittsburgh a better place
( 2/13/18)


New executive director at Friends of the Riverfront
(Pittsburgh Business Times 12/20/17)

Former Pittsburgh Steelers RB Baron Batch On Art And His Arresting Officer
(90.9 WBUR 10/20/17)

10 great places to run in Pittsburgh (with maps!)
(NEXTpittsburgh 10/19/17)

Recently discovered 19th-century documents just made a big different in Etna
(NEXTpittsburgh 9/25/17)

P3R and Steel City Road Runners host inaugural Friends of the Riverfront trail run
(NEXTpittsburgh 8/7/17)

Shaler gets $200K in funding toward Three Rivers Heritage Trail extension
(TribLIVE 7/19/17)

Bike trails abound throughout Western Pa.
(TribLIVE 4/25/17)

A splash of color on the riverfront: Opening day on trails mixes cyclists, artists
(Post Gazette 4/9/17)

Celebrate National Opening Day of Trails and search for free art
(NEXTpittsburgh 4/3/17)

Organizers announce name, path of Blawnox trail
(TribLIVE 4/3/17)

Already? Pittsburgh Hays eagles have a new egg
(Post Gazette 3/19/17)

Brian O’Neil: Who keeps the river trails tidy? ‘Super Volunteers’
(Post Gazette 3/12/17)

Rust Belt Paddling: Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Water Trail
(Canoe & Kayak 2/13/17)

Plans underway for public boat launch in Oakmont
(Post Gazette 2/10/17)

Harrison gets grant for safety improvements to its section of Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(TribLIVE 2/2/17)

Council seeks more info about Oakmont kayak park
(TribLIVE 1/17/17)


Strip District Riverfront Park plan prioritizes greening and our industrial heritage
(NEXTpittsburgh 5/23/16)

Riverfront Trails, Offices And Green Spaces Planned For Upcoming South Side Development
(90.5 WESA 5/12/16)

Offices, public green space, trail link planned for South Side terminal
(Post-Gazette 5/10/16)

Biking the Burgh – Our 5 Favorite Trails
(Bits of the Burgh 5/2/16)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail Gates Replaced
(Bike SWPA 4/28/16)

Hundreds Of Eastern Redbuds Take Root In Pittsburgh
(90.5 WESA 4/19/16)

Second-chance venture capitalizes on Pittsburgh cycling scene
(TribLIVE 4/18/16)

1,450-Mile Developing Trail Network to Revitalize America’s Industrial Heartland
(Rails-to-Trails Conservancy 3/29/16)

Club appeals funding
(The Globe 3/22/16)

Pedal Though Pittsburgh on these 11 Bike Trails
(Fitt PGH)

Heinz Endowments refocuses its grant making strategy
(Post-Gazette 2/28/16)

22 Healthy Spots in Downtown (and on the North Side) Every Pittsburgher Should Know
(Fitt PGH)

Etna gets funds to extend Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(Post-Gazette 2/12/16)

Plan calls for Liberty Bridge stormwater to flow into rain garden near Downtown courts building
(TribLIVE 2/7/16)

Where to go in Pittsburgh
(AM New York 1/18/16)

Take a hike…without taking a trip
(Post-Gazette 1/9/16)


FOR and Allegheny County-Neville Bike Lanes
(Post-Gazette 12/24/2015)

Working with our officemates-Allegheny Cleanways!
(Business Wire 12/21/2015)

Neville Island Meeting a SUCCESS!
(Post-Gazette 12/18/2015)

Photos of the Day: 11/15/2015
(Post-Gazette 11/15/15)

People on the Move: 11/15/2015
(Post-Gazette 11/15/15)

Portion of Three Rivers Heritage Trail in the Strip reopens
(Post-Gazette 10/27/15)

Effort to build trails, add waterway access seeks support from towns on Allegheny River
(TribLIVE 10/27/15)

Riverfront Trail in Strip District To Reopen
(Office of Mayor William Peduto 10/27/15)

Biking with Larry Walsh: Bike donation program begins next Saturday
(Post-Gazette 10/17/15)

Harmar officials support trails, not bike lanes on Freeport Road
(TribLIVE 10/16/15)

Steps taken to move forward on 29-mile Allegheny River trail
(TribLIVE 9/21/15)

Lower Valley groups, governments work to give walker, cyclists space
(TribLIVE 9/16/15)

Bike trail discussion scheduled in Etna
(TribLIVE 9/15/15)

SUP3Rivers SouthSide festival floats idea of stand-up paddleboarding
(TribLIVE 9/2/15)

Friends of the Riverfront plan to bring park to Etna
(TribLIVE 9/1/15)

Groups come together to clean up the trail, river at Duck Hollow
(Post-Gazette 8/22/15)

Aleppo man happy to complete triathlon 
(TribLIVE 8/18/15)

Etna to hose open house for riverfront plans
(TribLIVE 8/11/15)

Cranberry woman takes triathlon plunge
(TribLIVE 8/10/15)

Pittsburgh Triathlon offers challenge for all
(Post-Gazette 8/10/15)

Ohio man runs down defending champ to win triathlon
(TribLIVE 8/9/15)

Winners announced for Pittsburgh International Triathlon
(WPXI 8/9/15)

Winners announced in Pittsburgh Triathlon events
(Post-Gazette 8/9/15)

Baldwin grad wins Sprint Triathlon
(TribLIVE 8/8/15)

Course changes make it easier to follow the triathlon
(Post-Gazette 8/8/15)

Triathlon will bring multi-talented athletes to Pittsburgh 
(Post-Gazette 8/7/15)

Triathlon trophy, crafted by Bethel Park business, shines light on Pittsburgh region, skills
(Post-Gazette 8/7/15)

Water safety is first priority for weekend’s Pittsburgh Triathlon
(TribLIVE 8/5/15)

Venetia resident to compete in triathlon 
(The Almanac 8/4/15)

2015 Pittsburgh Triathlon Preview 
(Pittsburgh Today Live 7/21/15)

Water trails provide access for activities on Pittsburgh area rivers
(Post-Gazette 7/19/15)

5 things we’re loving this week 
(Post-Gazette 7/18/15)

The New York Times spends 36 hours in Pittsburgh (and so should you)
(NEXTpittsburgh 7/15/15)

Hundreds turn out for annual Walk for the Homeless
(WPXI 5/9/15)

Environmental Stewardship: Development and Stewardship of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(Making New Connections – Newsletter 5/2015)

The Great Allegheny Passage: Pittsburgh’s Rail-Trail Gem
(North Hills Monthly 4/30/15)

URA and Riverlife’s Strip District projects selected for Sustainable Cities Design Academy
(NEXTpittsburgh 4/28/15)

Penn Hills supports ‘Allegheny Blueway’ trail
(TribLIVE 4/25/15)

Biking a Trail of History from Pittsburgh to Washington
(The New York Times 4/22/15)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail has $8.3 million annual economic impact
(Resource – DCNR newsletter 4/22/15)

West Homestead threatens to enforce ordinance on overweight vehicles
(TribLIVE 4/15/15)

‘Riverfront 47’ would transform O’Hara scrap yard
(TribLIVE 4/14/15)

Larry Walsh on biking: Jim Holden’s vision of oft-used trails becomes more of a reality
(Post Gazette 4/11/15)

Cyclists look north to progress on the Erie to Pittsburgh Trail
(Post Gazette 4/4/15)

300 pounds of trash removed from Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(TribLIVE 3/28/15)

TrailBlog: Spring into Stewardship: Pittsburgh Residents Pitch In on Opening Day
(Rails-to-Trails Conservancy 3/27/15)

Three Rivers Trail Survey Details Usage and Economic Impact
(90.5 WESA 3/27/15)

Study finds more than 800,000 hit the Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(Post Gazette 3/27/15)

National Opening Day for Trails Preview
(CBS Pittsburgh Today Live 3/26/15)

Pittsburgh bald eagles’ egg expected to hatch this week
(TribLIVE 3/23/15)

Pittsburgh Triathlon will get to the Point this year
(Post Gazette 3/22/15)

20 Great Biking & Hiking Trails in Western Pennsylvania
(Pittsburgh Magazine 3/19/15)

Partner Story: Friends of the Riverfront
(PULSE 3/16/15)

Community fund backs Ohio River Trail Council effort to extend Ohio River Trail
(Post Gazette 2/20/15)


Buncher picks NRP Group to develop 400 apartments at Riverfront Landing
(Pittsburgh Business Times 12/18/14)

10 little things that will pack a big Pittsburgh punch in 2015
(POPCity 12/10/14)

Ruth Ann Dailey: We’re rolling on the riverfronts, at last
(Post Gazette 12/8/14)

$200K grant to connect area’s hiking trails
(Tribune Review 10/28/14)

Springdale to get kayak launch, other riverfront improvements
(Tribune Review 10/26/14)

Aspinwall Riverfront Park opens Saturday
(Post Gazette 10/16/14)

Portion of Aspinwall’s Riverfront Park to open to visitors
(Tribune Review 10/15/14)

New Heth’s Run Bridge dedicated today on Butler Street
(Post Gazette 10/9/14)

Drink up Pittsburgh’s riverfronts
(PG Plate 10/2/14)

Allegheny River Towns Enterprise Zone gets $250k grant to link Etna, trail
(Tribune Review 10/1/14)

Allegheny County to install bike lanes on three bridges
(Post Gazette 9/4/14)

New Honors Students Explore and Spruce Up Downtown Pittsburgh for Day of Service
(Point Park University 8/26/14)

Why It Makes Sense to Add Biking and Walking Routes Along Active Rail Lines
(StreetsBlog – USA 8/18/14)

Allegheny River overflow’s effect on water quality at issue in triathlon
(Tribune Review 8/6/14)

Monroeville resident Kromka races to fifth place at Pittsburgh Triathlon
(Tribune Review 8/5/14)

Pittsburgh offers free parking to bike commuters during construction
(Tribune Review 8/5/14)

City of Pittsburgh to Provide Extra Parking for Bike Commuters
(Office of Mayor William Peduto 8/5/14)

Irwin man wins Pittsburgh Triathlon; former CMU student takes women’s race
(WPXI 8/3/14)

North Shore preps for Pittsburgh Triathlon weekend
(Tribune Review 8/1/14)

Pittsburgh Triathlon Organizers Monitor River Safety for Big Race
(90.5 WESA 7/30/14)

2014 Pittsburgh Triathlon & Adventure Race (video)
(Pittsburgh Today Live 7/28/2014)

River Rally 2014 Clean Up Event (video)
(River Network 7/2014)

How to enjoy Pittsburgh’s three rivers: count the ways
(Post Gazette 6/28/14)

What’s next for the Pittsburgh commute?
(NEXTpittsburgh 6/17/14)

Larry Walsh on biking: Survey engages users of Rivers Heritage Trail
(Post Gazette 6/6/14)

Larry Walsh on biking: Spectacular bridges, tunnel enrich Great Allegheny Passage
(Post Gazette 5/30/14)

Washington Monument Scaffolding Could Show Up On Great Allegheny Passage
(KDKA News 5/13/14)

Elizabeth groups promote water trail access
(Tribune Review 5/9/14)

Larry Walsh: Bald eagles are the stars
(Post Gazette 5/3/14)

Proposed trail route meets mixed reaction from Shaler officials
(Tribune Review 4/30/14)

Cleaning up the riverfront
(South Pittsburgh Reporter 4/29/14)

Pittsburgh turns out for Earth Day events
(Post Gazette 4/22/14)

Shaler OKs green overlay district to promote riverfront
(Tribune Review 4/16/14)

Riverfront trail expansion approved
(Post Gazette 3/27/14)

New branch of Three Rivers Heritage Trail to connect three municipalities
(POP City 3/26/14)

City OKs easement for Aspinwall Riverfront Park Trail
(NEXTpittsburgh 3/21/14)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail Set to Expand from Aspinwall through O’Hara Township
(90.5 WESA 3/19/14)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail to connect parks in Aspinwall, Blawnox
(Tribune Review 3/18/14)

Friends of the Riverfront Offer Unique Way to See Pittsburgh
(Pannier Graphics Newsletter February 2014)

Organizations advocate for city’s commuters, cyclists
(The Globe – Point Park University 1/28/14)


High school students to maintain Three Rivers Heritage Trail near bridge
(Tribune Review 12/21/13)

Aspinwall Riverfront Park marks groundbreaking with community spirit
(Post Gazette 11/16/13)

The Hometown Double-Down
(Eric Burnett: A Triathlete on His Way Home 11/9/13)

30 Years: Pittsburgh region a destination for bicyclists
(Post Gazette 10/20/13)

Insider’s Guide to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
(Ladies’ Home Journal October 2013)

Hazelwood section of Heritage Trail to close Monday
(Tribune Review 8/2/13)

Hazelwood section of bike, hiking trail to close temporarily
(Post Gazette 8/2/13)

Ohio Township man wins international distance Pittsburgh Triathlon
(Tribune Review 7/28/13)

Thousands look to go distance this weekend in Pittsburgh Triathlon
(Tribune Review 7/27/13)

Downtown Pittsburgh bike ramp fundraising goal met
(Post Gazette 7/5/13)

Biking: Trail concerns addressed by panel
(Post Gazette 6/29/13)

Bike tires will form base of trail in McCandless
(Tribune Review 6/19/13)

Celebration marks the completion of the Great Allegheny Passage Trail
( 6/16/13)

Pennsylvania grant to fund link between Point State Park, Mon Wharf
(Post Gazette 6/14/13)

Great Allegheny Passage’s point will be made at Saturday gala
(Tribune Review 6/13/13)

Trail’s completion unlocks local bicycle routes
(Tribune Review 6/13/13)

Celebration of last mile of bike trail to D.C. next Saturday
(The Youngstown Vindicator 6/8/13)

Region’s growing system of trails benefits bikers, hikers, and communities
(Post Gazette 6/6/13)

The Business of Outdoor Recreation
(90.5 WESA 6/3/13)

Road Trips: Pittsburgh and Its Countryside
(Centre Daily Times 5/27/13)

Downtown Pittsburgh will host several big events in June 2013
(Post Gazette 5/24/13)

River Rocks event to raise funds for Aspinwall Park
(Post Gazette 5/23/13)

Bike route extension proposal unveiled in McKees Rocks area
(Post Gazette 5/23/13)

Aspinwall Riverfront Park gets new design
(POP City 5/22/13)

Ohio River Trail Plan Includes Eventual Connection to Montour Trail
(Robinson-MoonPatch 5/18/13)

Masterplan Revealed for Pittsburgh Riverfront Park
(Architectural Record 5/16/13)

Repairs to close section of North Shore Trail
(Post Gazette 5/10/13)

Well-worn Three Rivers Heritage Trail earns fix
(Tribune Review 5/10/13)

Section of North Shore trail to close next week
(Post Gazette Staff Blogs 5/9/13)

Work on kayak launch begins along Allegheny River in Natrona
(Tribune Review 5/7/13)

Green ways to volunteer
(Point Park News Service 4/23/13)

Keystone Metals trail nearly ready, on latest Three Rivers map
(Tribune Review 4/21/13)

Pair of bald eagles in Hays may have hatched a baby
(Post Gazette 4/16/13)

Bald eagle chick first born in Pittsburgh in 200 years, experts say
(Tribune Review 4/15/13)

OpenSpacePgh will guide South Side’s plans for greenways, vacant land
( 4/2/13)

Pennsylvania Trail Advisory Committee: 2012 Annual Report
(February 2013)

Last section of bicycle trail connecting Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., set to open
(Post Gazette 2/12/13)

South Side sees gold in trail plan
(Tribune Review 2/2/13)

Why You Need to Do a Triathlon. Yes, you.
(Long Days and Short Years Blog 1/22/13)

Friends of the Riverfront Restores our “Heritage” and Habitat
(Pittsburgh Metroguide 2013 edition)


Economic importance of water trails highlighted
(Tribune Review 12/10/12)

Hazelwood initiative wants to increase urban forest
(Tribune Review 10/31/12)

Great Allegheny Passage near complete, final segments underway
(POP City 10/17/12)

Pittsburgh GiveCamp to offer technological boost to nonprofits
(Tribune Review 10/15/12)

Work begins on final connection for Great Allegheny Passage
(Tribune Review 10/13/12)

Teen’s effort benefits Aspinwall Marina project
(Tribune Review 9/12/12)

Public funds dwindle, putting squeeze on Western Pa.’s foundation resources
(Tribune Review 8/25/12)

Facts and myths about our rivers
(Post Gazette 8/23/12)

Best Fall Trips 2012
(National Geographic August 2012)

The Pittsburgh Triathlon Through the Eyes of a Competitor
(Clever Training Blog 8/14/12)

Meehan brothers sweep Pittsburgh Triathlon
(Tribune Review 7/29/12)

Pittsburgh Triathlon continues to grow
(Tribune Review 7/26/12)

Two Somerset County residents compete in triathlon
(Daily American 7/26/12)

River landing to anchor in Natrona
(Tribune Review 7/26/12)

The Hot List: Things to do this weekend
(Post Gazette 7/26/12)

What does a community want in a park? Aspinwall speaks up.
(POP City 7/25/12)

Best of the ‘Burgh: Best (and Most Inventive) Local Race
(Pittsburgh Magazine July 2012)

Pittsburgh to convert South Side free parking area into bike lane
(Post Gazette 7/23/12)

Volunteers needed for local cycling events
(Post Gazette 7/21/12)

Allegheny County’s Seventh Annual Mountain Bike Festival, July 13-15
(Post Gazette 6/30/12)

Celebrations aplenty at Trail Mix(er)
(Post Gazette 6/9/12)

Rail work paves way for double-stack trains
(Post Gazette 6/4/12)

Filmmaker to document trip along Great Allegheny Passage
(Tribune Review 5/31/12)

Benefit for Aspinwall Riverfront Park at Fox Chapel Golf Club
(Post Gazette 5/29/12)

Are YOU a Friends of the Riverfront?
( 5/23/12)

Bike trail network grows with Hazelwood spur
(Staff Blogs by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 5/23/12)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail to extend to Hazelwood, new segment through ALMONO site
(POP City 5/23/12)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail to be extended
(Tribune Review 5/22/12)

Friends of the Riverfornt’s new guide more user-friendly
(Tribune Review 5/19/12)

Ohio River Trails and Greenway Project moves forward
(Post Gazette 5/10/12)

Stowe footbridge could play key role in trail extension
(Tribune Review 5/2/12)

South Side further along path
(Tribune Review 5/2/12)

Time running out for Aspinwall residents’ input on park
(Tribune Review 5/2/12)

Sweet, sweet, little bit sweet
(Staff Blogs by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 5/2/12)

Hundreds of new trees take root on South Side Trail
(South Side Pittsburgh 4/14/12)

Local high school student, trainer appear on MTV’s ‘MADE’
(WPXI 3/14/12)

Non-profit marks 20 years of trails
(Staff Blogs by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2/2/12)

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: From steel town to scenic city
(Gadling a blog from The Huffington Post 1/31/12)

Walkabout: Terminal Building has a long lifespan and no end in sight
(Post Gazette 1/31/12)

Spring groundbreaking eyed for riverfront park in Aspinwall
(Tribune Review 1/8/12)

SEEN: 10 Best Parties of 2011
(Post Gazette 1/3/12)


Top 10 Stories of 2011: 1. Friends of the Riverfront buy marina, plan to create park moves forward
(Your Fox Chapel 12/29/11)

Former LTV coke works in Hazelwood taking a step up
(Post Gazette 12/25/11)

New mile markers on trail
(Post Gazette Blogs 12/13/11)

Erie-to-Pittsburgh trail plan keeps moving forward
(Your Fox Chapel 12/1/11)

Northside streets get first ever bicycle infrastructure
(POP City 11/30/11)

Couple gets Aspinwall Marina contract
(Aspinwall Herald 11/21/11)

Friends of the Riverfront ready to display final trail plan
(Your Fox Chapel 11/10/11)

Planning to begin on 5-mile extension of Heritage Trail
(Tribune Review 11/8/11)

I Heart My City: Christine’s Pittsburgh
(Intelligent Travel 11/2/11)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail reopens
(Tribune Review 11/1/11)

South Side trail closures end
(Post Gazette 11/1/11)

Aspinwall Marina property to be turned into public park, trail
(Tribune Review 10/29/11)

Two Marinas sell in Pittsburgh
(CoStar Group 10/26/11)

Shamokin native assists group in promoting Pittsburgh’s riverfronts
(News Item 10/23/11)

Plans for new park at Aspinwall Marina
(Post Gazette 10/23/11)

Aspinwall Marina purchased by community, Friends of the Riverfront, to become park
(Pop City 10/19/11)

Local trails, parks provide outdoor activities for students
(To The Point 10/13/11)

Trail plan gets state’s OK, begins moving forward
(Your Fox Chapel 10/13/11)

Group finalizes purchase of Aspinwall Marina for park
(Post Gazette 10/13/11)

Community Raises Money to Complete Marina Purchase
(90.5 Essential Public Radio 10/12/11)

Nonprofit takes title to Aspinwall Marina
(Aspinwall Herald 10/12/11)

Outdoor organizations celebrate landmark year
(Post Gazette 10/9/11)

Group says it has enough pledges to buy Aspinwall Marina
(Post Gazette 9/2/11)

Aspinwall residents reach fundraising goal for park
(Aspinwall Herald 9/2/11)

Cycle city: Options for hitting the trails
(Tribune Review 8/31/11)

Aspinwall marina owner grants extension
(Aspinwall Herald 8/31/11)

Downtown firm to shape UPMC Braddock site
(Tribune Review 8/25/11)

Pittsburgh’s bikeways, walkways lure businesses and homeowners
(Tribune Review 8/19/11)

Biking the South Side Trail with the Kids
(CBS Pittsburgh 8/19/11)

Have a ducky time in Pittsburgh with amphibious vehicles
(Akron Beacon Journal 8/15/11)

Mobility devices ride Heritage Trail
(Post Gazette 8/7/11)

Final trail work awaits funding resolution
(Post Gazette 8/6/11)

Welcome Home! Pittsburgh Triathlon!
(Clydesdale Triathlon 8/2/11)

Biking: Beginner classes are being offered
(Post Gazette 8/1/11)

Triathlete Chad Holderbaum gets buzz from victory
(Tribune-Review 8/1/11)

14th Annual GNC Pittsburgh Triathlon & Adventure Race
(Tribune-Review 7/31/11)

My experience racing the Pittsburgh Triathlon & Adventure Race
(The “Out There” Blog 7/31/11)

Retiring Aspinwall marina owner grew up with river
(Post Gazette 7/28/11)

Kid mows for marina fund
(Post Gazette 7/25/11)

Aspinwall Marina group $256,000 short of purchase goal
(Aspinwall Herald 7/22/11)

Pittsburgh Triathlon advertisement (Pgh Triathlon-970 ESPN Sponsorship Promo.mp3)
(97.0 ESPN Radio July 2011)

Pittsburgh Triathlon sold out already
(Tribune-Review 7/16/11)

‘Nexus of trails’ envisioned for region
(Valley News Dispatch 7/10/11)

Riverfront trail moving closer to reality
(Your Fox Chapel 6/9/11)

Group marks 20 years of opening Pittsburgh riverbanks
(Tribune-Review 6/5/11)

Riverfront boosters group to celebrate 20th anniversary
(Tribune-Review 5/31/11)

Riverfront plaza opens at the Convention Center, completes section of Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(Pop City 5/18/11)

Pittsburgh Hike/Bike Trails: Three Rivers Heritage Trail System
(Yahoo! Associated Content 5/15/11)

New section of trail connects Strip District with Point State Park
(Post Gazette 5/13/11)

Pittsburgh-Area Hidden Gems, Attractions on the Cheap
(WPXI 4/26/11)

New water plant breaks into flow of South Side
(Post Gazette 4/18/11)

Council budget change would fund bike trail
(Post Gazette 4/13/11)

Work planned on trail network in region
(Post Gazette 4/11/11)

Fundraising for marina park moves forward
(Your Fox Chapel 3/31/11)

Springtime for Pittsburgh
(New York Post 3/28/11)

Riverfronts to undergo ‘blitz’ cleaning
(Tribune Review 3/24/11)

Friends of the Riverfront Cultivates Stewardship of its Region’s Rivers
(Green Hands USA 3/17/11)

Low-power electric bikes allowed on trail
(Post Gazette 3/17/11)

Aspinwall Neighborhood Watch to host flea market
(Tribune-Review 3/10/11)

Weekday South Side trail closures to continue through July
(Tribune-Review 3/9/11)

Part of the rail trail to close again for water project
(Post Gazette 3/8/11)

New Options Coming for Pittsburgh Bicyclists
(Bike Radar 2/28/11)

Waterways group to buy marina
(Post Gazette 2/27/11)

City prepares for next classes on civic leadership
(Post Gazette 2/21/11)

Pittsburgh nonprofit agrees to buy Aspinwall Marina
(Tribune Review 2/19/11)

Friends of the Riverfront to purchase Aspinwall Marina and build new park
(Pop City 2/16/11)

County plans to improve biking, walking routes
(Post Gazette 2/16/11)

Friends of the Riverfront celebrates 20th anniversary
(The Northside Chronicle 2/15/11)

Mayor unveils vision for Allegheny Riverfront
(Post Gazette 2/14/11)

Riverfront friends trying to buy marina
(Your Fox Chapel 2/11/11)

Friends nonprofit to buy Aspinwall Marina
(Aspinwall Herald 2/11/11)

Development along Allegheny gets multi-municipal boost
(Tribune-Review 1/24/11

The 100 Best Triathlons on Earth
(The Competitor 3/24/10)


Funding secured for last bike trail missing link
(Post Gazette 12/30/10)

Park plan for marina gets boost
(Your Fox Chapel 12/9/10)

ESPN Radio 1250AM interview (2010ESPNinterview.mp3)
(ESPN Radio 11/21/10)

Plan for park at Aspinwall Marina picking up some steam
(Your Fox Chapel 11/11/10)

Around Town: It’s time to wake up and enjoy the fruits of redone riverfront
(Post Gazette 11/9/10)

Casey, mayor promote commuter rail line development
(Post Gazette 11/8/10)

Additional access point lets kayakers hit the water
(Northside Chronicle 11/2/10)

Sandcastle cedes land for last link of trail
(Post Gazette 10/20/10)

$1.5 million secured for Pittsburgh riverfront stretch
(Tribune Review 10/19/10)

Millvale riverfront trail now connected city of Pittsburgh system
(Your North Hills 10/14/10)

Marina could turn into community park
(Your Fox Chapel 10/14/10)

Biking, hiking link joins city to Millvale trail
(Post Gazette 9/18/10)

Millvale celebrates heritage trail link
(Tribune-Review 9/18/10)

Bike trail segment opens along the Allegheny
(Post Gazette 9/17/10)

Segment of bike trail along Allegheny River completed
(Post Gazette 9/11/10)

America’s Coolest River Walks

(Travel and Leisure August 2010)

New North Shore trail section expected to open next month
(Post Gazette 8/27/10)

Critical missing piece of the Heritage Trail along Route 28 to be finished in September
(Pop City 8/25/10)

Pittsburgh-to-D.C. passage becomes even more attractive
(Tribune-Review 8/12/10)

A Tale of Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers
(Pittsburgh Magazine August 2010)

Sprouting not-for-profit prophets
(Post Gazette 8/10/10)

Last-minute plea saves bridge pier from demolition
(Post Gazette 8/10/10)

13th Annual Pittsburgh Triathlon & Adventure Race Attracts 1,000
(Philadelphia Triathlon Examiner 8/2/10)

Nearly 1,000 participate in Pittsburgh Triathlon & Adventure Race
(Post Gazette 8/2/10)

Construction to relocate section of North Shore riverfront trail
(Post Gazette 7/27/10)

Work nearly done on segment of bike trail along Allegheny River
(Post Gazette 7/27/10)

The Next Page: Rivers run through us
(Post Gazette 7/25/10)

Projects to benefit from infusion of cash
(Herald Standard 7/22/10)

Pick Up Some Pittsburgh Adventure Ideas
(Article Snatch 7/22/10)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(Today on the Allegheny River 7/14/10)

Sandcastle Nearing Bike Trail Agreement
(Post-Gazette 7/13/10)

County Bridges All Gaps But One in Pittsburgh-to-D.C. Trail
(Post Gazette 7/8/10)

Concentrate on Riverfront, Verona Sustainability Study Suggests
(Post-Gazette 7/7/10)

Wildlife Rules Most Neighborhoods
(Post-Gazette 7/6/10)

Six Best Cities to Kayak
(National Geographic Traveler July/August 2010)

Friends of the Riverfront Honor Former Mayor Tom Murphy

( 6/21/10)

Weekend Guide
(Post-Gazette 6/17/10)

Portion of Three Rivers Heritage Trail is Temporarily Closing
(Post-Gazette 6/17/10)

Brightwood offers new canoe, kayak launch site
(The Northside Chronicle 6/8/10)

Trail Progress Discussed for Pittsburgh to Erie Connection
( 6/7/10)

Mount Washington Man Markets Electric Bicycles
(Post-Gazette 6/3/10)

31 New National Recreation Trails added in honor of National Trails Day, 2010
( 6/2/10)

Summer fun especially welcome in wake of cruel winter
(Tribune-Review 5/31/10

2 rivers-related trails gain national recreation designation
(Tribune-Review 5/26/10)

U.S. Department of Interior Designates Three Rivers Heritage Trail as a National Recreation Trail
(Pittsburgh History Examiner 5/25/10)

National Trails Day June 5: Secretary Salazar Announces Designation of 31 New National Recreation Trails in 15 States
(U.S. Department of the Interior 5/25/10)

A Life in Pittsburgh … With A Lot Less Car in It – The 12 Step Program
(Post-Gazette 5/2/10)

Where to go…Proposed Erie To Pittsburgh Trail
(Post-Gazette 4/18/10)

Downtown rivers still muddied by flood
(Post-Gazette 4/17/10)

Obama Bicycle Policy Wins Love From Cyclists…
(The Huffington Post 4/14/10)

Ride Your Bicycle from Pittsburgh to Washington D.C!
(Union-Finley Messenger April 2010)

Volunteers try to lift Pittsburgh out of the dumps
(Post-Gazette 3/29/10)

LaHood says DOT ending favoring motorized transportation over non-motorized
(The Trucker 3/15/10)

Trail Tales
(Rails to Trails Spring/Summer 2010)

Google Maps Finally Adds Bike Routes
(Wired 3/10/10)

Those Trail-blazing Friends of the Riverfront
(Pop City 3/10/10)

Verona’s Steel City Rowing Club to make ecological splash
(Valley News Dispatch 3/8/10)

Allegheny Valley Community Trail creates excitement for officials, bikers
(Tribune-Review 3/4/10)

Route announced for recreational trail along Allegheny River
(Valley News Dispatch 3/4/10)

In sidewalk war, are Pittsburgh residents getting snowed?
(Post-Gazette 3/2/10)

Much work must be done on region’s bike-hike trails
(Post-Gazette 3/1/10)

Meetings to address trail from Millvale to Harrison
(Post-Gazette 3/1/10)

Allegheny Valley Community Trail Initiative
(Pittsburgh History Examiner 2/23/10)

Reclaiming the sacred shores of the Allegheny
(Pittsburgh History Examiner 2/23/10)

New section of Three Rivers Heritage Trail Ready for Construction (DCNR Trails to You – Feb. 2010.pdf)
(DCNR Trails to You Winter 2010)

Meetings intended to stir interest in Friends of the Riverfront
(Tribune-Review 2/15/10)

Public meetings to focus on planned Millvale-to-Freeport trail
(Tribune-Review 2/11/10)

Electric Bikes Face Long Road in U.S.
(USA Today 2/10/10)

New Lanscaping Hinders Flood Cleanup at Mon Wharf
(Post-Gazette 2/2/10)

The Last Mile
(Newsweek 1/15/10)


Erie-Pitt trail, a work in progress
(The Spectator 12/10/09)

Carnegie Mellon students design alternative use for Oakmont bridge
(Tribune-Review 12/9/09)

Natrona working for link to trails
(Valley News Dispatch 12/7/09)

St. Nichloas museum plan would cost $10 million
(Tribune-Review 12/5/09)

Work to begin on North Shore Trail link
(Post-Gazette 11/20/09)

Elevated rec trail to be constructed along Allegheny River
(Tribune-Review 11/19/09)

Elevated trail link planned in Millvale
(Post-Gazette 11/19/09)

$3M Mon Wharf trail dedicated, Route 28 trail ready for construction
(Pop City 11/18/09)

Mon Wharf promenade, park opens in Pittsburgh
(Tribune-Review 11/17/09)

Around Town: Riverfront vision leads wharf to a lot of beauty
(Post-Gazette 11/17/09)

Trail enthusiasts envision Erie-to-Pittsburgh bicycle pathway
(Valley News Dispatch 11/17/09)

Groups unite to build Pittsburgh-Erie trail
(Tribune-Review 11/15/09)

Biking: Erie-Pittsburgh trail crucial — and one ‘sweet ride’
(Post-Gazette 11/14/09)

Mon Wharf riverfront trail nearly complete
(Post-Gazette 11/12/09)

Here’s an Idea: Check Out One of These Groups
(Tribune-Review 10/23/09)

Biking Coal Country’s Tracks and Tunnels
(New York Times 10/23/09)

Cyclists Hit the Rail Trail for a Recession-Resistant Getaway
(USA Today 10/9/09)

Tunnel Adds Key Link to Great Allegheny Passage Trail
(Tribune-Review 10/3/09)

Bicycle Over the River and Through the Sites Along the Heritage Trail
(Post-Gazette 9/23/09)

Friends of the Riverfront and GIVE Water Team Up to Raise Funds
(POP-City Media 9/2/09)

Wells Fargo Pulls from National City’s Private Wealth Group
(Pittsburgh Business Times 8/28/09)

SEA Approves Funds for Riverfront Trail
(Post-Gazette 8/28/09)

Walk This Way: Pittsburgh’s Walkable Neighborhoods
(POP City 8/26/09)

Trail Project Gives Extra Weight to BikeFest
(Tribune-Review 8/12/09)

Security Guards Confront Cyclists Riding Nearby on Opening Day of Rivers Casino
(Tribune-Review 8/11/09)

River Fun 101: Things To Do On the Pittsburgh Region’s Waterways>
( 8/8/09)

Stolen Heritage Trail Sculpture Recovered by Police
(The Northside Chrinicle 8/7/09)

Tip Leads Police to Stolen 500-Pound North Shore Sculpture
( 8/5/09)

Stolen North Shore Sculpture Recovered in Bridgeville
( 8/5/09)

North Shore Sculpture Swiped
(Tribune-Review 8/4/09)

Part of Unkillable North Shore Sculpture Is Stolen
(Post-Gazette 8/4/09)

Pittsburgh Triathlon Held on North Shore

Pittsburgh Triathlon Slideshow

Gundling Brother Take Titles at Triathlon
(Tribune-Review 7/27/09)

Pittsburgh Triathlon and Adventure Race
( 7/26/09)

Hundreds Take Part in Pittsburgh Triathlon
(WPXI 7/26/09)

Pittsburgh Triathlon Entries Nearly Double
(Tribune-Review 7/25/09)

Construction Begins on $12M South Shore Riverfront Park
(South Pittsburgh Reporter 7/23/09)

City’s 12th Triathlon to Showcase Golden Triangle
(Post-Gazette 7/22/09)

Work Starts on South Side Park, Boat Dock

(Tribune-Review 7/15/09)

Steel Yourself for A Whole New Pittsburgh
(New York Post 7/14/09)

Heritage Trail Photo Contest
(Post-Gazette 7/5/09)
Wallenda’s Allegheny River Walk
( 7/4/09)

Pittsburgh Becomes Increasingly Bike Friendly
(Tribune-Review 6/27/09)

Follow the Trail and Explore Pittsburgh on Two Wheels
(Tribune-Review 6/1/09)

Take Me to the River
(WHIRL Magazine June 2009)

Police Call Riverfront Trail Attack “Rare Occurence”
(Post-Gazette 5/22/09)

Cycling: Heritage Trail Interactive Map Will Put More Visitors on the Road
(Post-Gazette 4/25/09)

Pittsburgh Innovates: Check Out the Interactive Three Rivers Heritage Trail Map!
(POP City 4/22/09)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail Temporarily In A Rut As Construction Takes Over
(Tribune-Review 4/22/09)

Reclaiming the Rivers: A Holistic Vision for Pittsburgh
(Keystone EDGE 4/16/09)

Three Rivers Heritage Trail Guide Now Available Online
(Tribune-Review 4/16/09)

Pittsburgh Ranked No. 10 in Places to Walk by Prevention Magazine
(Tribune-Review 4/10/09)

Riverfront Trail Moves Forward
(YOUR foxchapel 3/12/09)

Mapping of 32-mile Allegheny Valley Trail Begins
(POP City 3/11/09)

Development Plan for 32-Mile Allegheny River Trail Under Way

(Post-Gazette 3/9/09)

County To Begin Mapping Out Allegheny Valley Trail
(Tribune-Review 3/10/09)

Firm Picked to Map New Allegheny Valley Trail
(Post-Gazette 3/5/09)

University of Pennsylvania: Bottled Water You Can Feel Good About
( 3/1/09)

Trail Talk: Learn More About the Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(POP City 2/4/09)

Cycling and Cuisine Combine in the South Side’s OTB Bicycle Cafe
(POP City 1/7/09)


Boroughs Extend Police Contract Five More Years
(YOUR Sewickely 12/25/08)

Allegheny Trail Progress Grows Clearer
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 12/8/08)

Riverfront Trails Pose Problem for Trail Plan
(YOUR Fox Chapel 12/4/08)

At School: Hillel Academy Students Carefully Study “Heart of Darkness”
(Pittsburgh Pos-Gazette 11/22/08)

Biking: Cyclists, Walkers Try Out New Section of Expressway Before it Opens
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 11/15/08)

City Hires Coordinator to Help It Become Greener
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10/24/08)

$2.2M Environmentally Sustainable Boathouse Under Construction in Verona
(POP City Media 10/15/08)

Rowing Club Breaks Ground on Boathouse in Verona
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10/10/08)

Paddle Green: New Water Trail Landing Opens on Pittsburgh’s South Side
(POP City Media 10/7/08)

Sandcastle, County Near Accord on Path for Bike Trail
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10/4/08)

Progress Cited In Connecting Bike Trail Through Sandcastle
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10/3/08)

New Water Trail Landing Open
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10/2/08)

Boaters Land Another Touchpoint
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 10/2/08)

Mon Boat Landing Another Link I Watertrail
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10/2/08)

Bridge Over Mon Fills Bike Trails’ Missing Link
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9/26/08)

$1 Million in Grants to Aid City Trails, Parks
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 9/23/08)

Industrial Museum Plan Picks Up Support
(The Valley Independent 9/23/08)

Celebrating the Great Allegheny Passage

(POP City Media 9/17/08)

Allegheny Valley Community Trail to connect 17 municipalities, receives $25k grant
(POP City Media 9/17/08)

A Fresh Look: Bike trail rolls out a different view of the city’s wonders
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9/1/08)

A lovely stroll with your…kayak?

(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 8/28/08)

Valley Tuesday Takes
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 8/26/08)

Trail proposal would link Heritage and Armstrong
(Pittsburgh Tribune Review 8/23/08)

Pittsburgh’s Friends of the Riverfront Solicits Community Trails Proposals
(PA Environmental Digest 8/22/08)

Take Me to the River
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 8/22/08)

Sharpsburgh Waterfront No Longer Drowning in Trash
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 8/21/08)

The Arrival of Twelve-color Printing
(Sign Builder Illustrated 8/2008)

Brockenbrough Claims Another Pittsburgh Triathlon Win
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 7/21/08)

Triathletes, Adventure Racers Ready for Annual North Shore Race
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 7/19/08)

Revitalizing the Riverfront: New boathouse is just the beginning
(YOUR Twinboros 7/18/08)

Hot Times Ahead
(Post-Gazette 6/1/08)

Bicycling: A bumpy ride worth the taking
(Post-Gazette 4/25/08)

Hear! Hear! Get back on bike
(Post-Gazette 5/17/08)

Possible detour for North Shore trail devised
(Post-Gazette 1/17/08)


Island on Allegheny bought, will be preserved
(Post-Gazette 12/29/07)

$10M Hot Metal pedestrian/bike bridge dedicated on Pittsburgh’s South Side
(Pop City Media 11/28/07)

Pittsburgh Bike Trails

Is the City of Bridges Becoming a City of Bicycles?
(Post-Gazette 9/9/07)

Steel City Rowing Club plans $1.4M LEED-certified boathouse in Verona
(Pop City Media 8/15/07)

Verona Rowing Club Envisions New Boathouse, River Trail
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 7/23/07)

Revitalizing the Riverfront: New Boathouse is Just the Beginning
(YOUR twinboros 7/13/07)

Father, son tackle triathlons together
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 7/13/07)

Allegheny County officials plan 128-mile greenspace along the region’s rivers
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 5/31/07)

Take a complimentary ride on the Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(Pittsburgh Trib-P.M. 4/5/07)

Resolution No. 80
(City of Pittsburgh 2/27/07)

On the road to the trail
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 1/25/07)


South Side:Kayak Landing to be Built
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 11/17/06)

Bicycling: Annual Three Rivers Optimist Heritage Trail Ride
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10/27/06)

Pioneer Bike Rental Business Closing, For Sale
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 3/28/06)


Pittsburgh Bike Trails
(Ed’s Beaver County Bicycling Page)

Cycling: An Odds-On Favorite
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10-14-05)

Fishing: Floating dock open in Verona
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10-07-05)

Editorial: Complete the bike trails/Mayor Murphy’s plan…
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9-23-05)

URA funds Mon bridge for bike trail
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9-23-05)

Trails & Parks
(Pittsburgh Visitors Bureau 9-21-05)

Finishing city hiking and biking trails is a goal for mayor
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9-12-05)

Hitting the trails: Three Rivers Heritage Trail
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9-2-05)

Arts and Science Remake the Steel City
(New York Times 7-25-05)

South Side trail link’s opening celebrated
(Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 7-11-05)

Group makes free bikes available on South Side and North Shore
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 7-11-05)

Bike trail section dedication set for Friday
(Pittsburgh Tribune Review 7-7-05)

Filling in the broken lines on the Great Allegheny Passage
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 4-29-05)

Volunteers spruce up damaged trail
(Pittsburgh Tribune Review 4-25-05)

Area Trails expect heavy summer traffic after tough season
(Pittsburgh Tribune Review 3-24-05)


Plans for a water-based trail discussed
(Valley News Dispatch, 11-09-03)

Riverview High conference to move ahead on river trail
(Valley News Dispatch 11-06-03)

River Trail Session Planned
(Pittsburgh Business Times, 10-27-03)

Volunteers can return to Pittsburgh’s parks
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 10-17-03)

Bicycling: Heritage Ride provides cyclists a family event they can fall into
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 10-12-03)

Rivers Keepers keeping rivers clean
(Pittsburgh Business Times, 09-21-03)

Seagate Triathlon Training Schedule
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 07-01-03)

Environment: ‘River sweep’ clears trash
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 07-13-03)

Triathlon: Former Olympian invited to enhance North Shore event
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 07-12-03)

Triathlon novices wind down training as big event nears
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 07-01-03)

More gatherings and notable events… Riverfront Trail Mix(er)
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 06-23-03)

Weekend Hotlist… Friends Mix
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 06-20-03)

City Scenes: Riverfront friends plan to celebrate with Trail Mix(er)
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 06-17-03)

Two triathlon hopefuls find training regimens that work
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 06-03-03)

Can Pittsburgh learn to love bikes?
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 05-18-03)

Riverfront trail group hires architect
(Pittsburgh Business Times 04-21-03)


Group touts ribbon of parks, trails and development
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 11-04-02)

Parking’s now free for Pirates games, if you’re kayaking

(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 07-04-02)

Riverfront trail grows by another two miles
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 10-26-02)

On the Waterfront: Environmental groups meet the public to draft plans
for the Mon Valley Water Trail
(Pittsburgh Pulp, 09-19-02)

Presentations, workshops focus on creating Mon Valley Water Trail
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 09-18-02)

Pirates fans encouraged to hit the trail
(Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 08-27-02)

Am I my river’s keeper?
(Pittsburgh Pulp, 08-22-02)