Supported by The Social Innovation Exchange, Transit Tales is a multimedia storytelling project about how public transit affects the lives of people in Allegheny County.  In partnership with the Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group and Pittsburghers for Public Transit, Bricolage Production Company is recording stories about public transit from all kinds of people– riders, non-riders, and transit workers- and then sharing them through radio, the Pittsburgh City Paper, social media, and live performance.

Counting on the power of storytelling to connect communities, Transit Tales will share the social, environmental, and economic impact of public transit in our lives. Story collection has already begun and will continue through the end of summer. Transit Tales wants to hear from you!.

Share Your Transit Story

Come and talk transit with the Transit Tales team on Saturday, April 13th from 12:30 – 4:30 p.m. at The Kingsley Association, 6435 Frankstown Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206. Share your memories, everyday adventures, and hopes for the future of public transit in Allegheny County. Learn more about Transit Tales, share a story, and sign up to get involved. Light refreshments will be provided.

The Transit Tales team is also looking to recruit a few good volunteers to collect stories and record interviews with people in your community. Email to get involved.

And be sure to follow Transit Tales online for info about upcoming story collection events. Like Transit Tales on Facebook, follow the project on Twitter, and watch videos on Youtube.