Thurs. April 8: Beacon St Extension Public Meeting

Expanding the Network The Beacon St Bike Lanes are part of the overall Shadyside and Squirrel Hill Networks of projects, and seek to add bike facilities on Beacon St, between Wightman St and Shady Ave. The improvements have been identified in the City’s 2020 Bike(+) Plan. The project will extend the existing Beacon St bike lanes and connect to the …

Mon. April 5: Northside Phase 2 Cluster Public Meeting

Holistic approach to neighborhood connectivity The Northside Network Phase 2 projects involve a series of streets that could see a number of improvements that will create less stressful biking and walking connectivity within and through the neighborhoods. This suite of projects are part of the second phase of Northside Cluster projects within the MoveForward PGH campaign. While the Northside has …

Wednesday, April 21: Shadyside Connector Public Meeting

In order to provide thorough planning and engagement updates for the next public meeting, the Shadyside Connector meeting originally planned for Thursday, March 11th has been postponed to Wednesday, April 21st at 6pm. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to continuing the dialogue about making this corridor safer for all ages and abilities. To ensure you do not …

Wed. March 17 Meeting: DOMI’s Central Northside and Manchester Phase 1 Cluster Launch

Learn about a network of streets to improve connectivity The Northside Network Phase 1 of projects involve a series of streets that could see a number of improvements that will create less stressful biking and walking connectivity within and through the neighborhoods of Manchester and Chateau. The Manchester and Chateau neighborhoods sit at the crossroads of several destinations, yet there …

Feb. 24 Meeting: DOMI’s Introduction to All Shadyside and Squirrel Hill Projects

Learn about the suite of projects looking to make Shadyside and Squirrel Hill safer and easier to get around The Shadyside and Squirrel Hill Networks involve a series of streets that could see a number of improvements that will create less stressful biking and walking connectivity within and through each neighborhood. Each neighborhood has essential destinations, key employers, schools, places …

Aiken Ave Bike Facilities

A long awaited extension of a successful project Stay tuned to this page as the project develops. Public Meeting Thursday, September 9: Aiken & Melwood Bike Facilities Upgrades (PRESENTATION) (VIDEO). –>>>TAKE A SURVEY! The Project The Aiken Ave Bike Facilities are part of the overall Shadyside-Squirrel Hill network of projects, and seeks to add bike facilities on Aiken Ave, between …

Wightman Street Bike Lane Upgrade: Forbes to Beacon

Enhancing safety for people walking and biking Stay tuned to this page as the project develops. The Project The Wightman Street Bike Lane upgrade is part of the overall Shadyside-Squirrel Hill network of projects, and seeks to enhance and improve the existing bike lanes on Wightman St, between Forbes Ave and Beacon St. The improvements have been identified in the …

Shadyside-Squirrel Hill Network

Connecting the central East End Stay tuned to this page as the project develops. Feedback SURVEY! Please view the presentation and/or meeting video to review the design concepts and provide feedback on the Squirrel Hill East-West Connector Survey Leave feedback on the City’s EngagePGH Page Meetings Wednesday, April 21: Shadyside Connector Public Meeting (REGISTER) (Add to Facebook) Thursday, April 29: …

River to the Allegheny Commons: Scotland Ave, Martindale St, Merchant St

Stay tuned to this page as the project develops. Connecting the Three Rivers Heritage Trail to Allegheny Commons Park The Project The Merchant St bike infrastructure project is part of the overall Northside network of projects, and seeks to add bike facilities on Merchant/Scotland/Martindale between Reedsdale and Ridge. The improvements have been identified in the City’s 2020 Bike(+) Plan as well …