Bicycle commuting is a form of transportation with many benefits. It is an ideal way to save energy and restore our physical health. Using your bicycle to get to work or school is a great way to enhance your joy each day. Modern cities have mixed mode bicycle commuting where public bus systems carry bike racks. These are called a "bike bus." This cooperation was recently achieved in Pittsburgh, Pa through the efforts of Scott Bricker at bikepgh.org. All of the major bicycle routes in Pittsburgh have access to bus transportation around the city. This is especially beneficial because The Great Allegheny Passage (part of a Bike Trail that starts in Washington DC) leads straight into the city of Pittsburgh. So, all arriving cyclists can commute via bus anywhere in the city with their bicycles safely stowed on the front of the public buses.