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East Liberty Blvd Bike Lanes and FAQs

Latest Updates East Liberty Blvd Bike Lane Upgrade project: Paused, Designs being updated After hearing the concerns from residents and community organizations regarding impacts to parking and additional safety concerns for other modes of transportation on the corridor (transit and pedestrian access, engaging with vehicles, etc.), the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) paused the East Liberty Blvd project. The department …

July 29: Bloomfield / Friendship Neighorway Second Virtual Public Meeting

Join us on Wednesday July 29 for the latest project updates The Department of Mobility and infrastructure (DOMI) is working on infrastructure improvements across Pittsburgh. Our goal is to inform communities about projects that will impact their neighborhoods, and obtain feedback from residents regarding each project.   In this informative public meeting, we will talk about DOMI’s updated proposal for …

Announcing Community Ambassadors!

As a partner on the rapid implementation of the Bike(+) Plan, Healthy Ride’s outreach team, including the newly announced Community Ambassadors are performing direct community outreach to support the MoveForwardPGH campaign. As a part of this outreach, Ambassadors will be helping to both identify and break down barriers to bicycling across the city, and educate their networks regarding upcoming bike network …

July 30: Second N Euclid Neighborway Public Meeting

Join us for the second public meeting and find out how the pilot has been performing The Department of Mobility and infrastructure (DOMI) is working on infrastructure improvements across Pittsburgh under the MoveForwardPGH banner. This is the second public meeting around the N Euclid Neighborway, a project that looks to calm traffic between Bunkerhill and Station St to make it …

Bloomfield-Friendship Neighborway and FAQs

Traffic Calming to provide low-stress alternative to Penn Ave, reduce cut-thru traffic Feedback and Outreach Notices on City’s website May 5, 2020: Presented to Friendship Community Group Published an article in the Bulletin, the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation newsletter. June 25, 2020: DOMI held an online public meeting (recording here) to go over the specifics of the project, answer questions, and provide feedback. …

North Euclid Neighborhood Traffic Circle Pilot

This pilot is a field test of Pittsburgh’s first Neighborhood Traffic Circles. Modeled on similar small traffic circles used in other cities throughout the US they are another great option for slowing vehicle speeds and diverting cut through traffic on neighborhood streets. This pilot includes four (4) temporary installations at the following intersections along North Euclid Avenue: Callowhill Street Hampton …

City to begin work on “GAP to the Point” bike lane project in the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh

Advocates created a temporary, “pop up” bike lane connecting to Point Park during Park(ing) Day 2016 Filling the Gap: City to Construct Final Segment Linking Great Allegheny Passage to Point State Park This week, the City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure initiated construction on the final segment of the “GAP to the Point” project. The project provides enhanced …

N. Euclid “Neighborway” and FAQ

Image shows a map with the project limits and location of traffic circles. Additionally, there is a picture of the pilot traffic circle with someone using it.

The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI), in an effort to provide low-stress connectivity through the neighborhoods of Highland Park and East Liberty, is proposing a Neighborway on N Euclid Avenue from Bunkerhill Street to Station Street. This is part of the City’s MoveForwardPGH Program. LATEST: The Pilot Neighborhood Traffic Circles have been installed. See below for more details and …

Brighton Rd Reconfiguring Information and FAQ

Proposed reconfiguration adds bike lanes, preserves parking Feedback and Outreach Project Factsheet (search Brighton) Notices on City’s website Included in the Bike(+) Plan June 6, 2020: Allegheny West Civic Council General Membership Meeting June 23, 2020: DOMI hosted a virtual public meeting (recording here) about the project. You can view the presentation slide deck here for a more detailed look …