Guaranteed basic mobility pilot offers near-unlimited transit access to 50 Pittsburgh residents

Date Published: September 7, 2022

Several cities, including Los Angeles, Oakland, California, and Portland, Oregon, have recently launched universal basic mobility programs that provide low-income residents with money that they can to use on public and last-mile transportation.

In Pittsburgh, city officials aim to address mobility challenges in the Manchester and Chateau neighborhoods, where residents have a lower median income compared with the rest of the city and struggle to access the central business district, officials said in last week’s announcement.

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