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Final 10-Year Bike(+) Plan Released and Pittsburgh Moves Toward Rapid Implementation

After five years of development and consultation with hundreds of local stakeholders across scores of neighborhoods, today the City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure released the final 2020 10-year “Bike(+) Plan.” This guiding document updates and extends the network that began twenty years ago with the adoption of the city’s last 10-year bicycle master plan in 1999. “Now …

Reynolds St traffic calming “Neighborway” and FAQs

Reynolds St traffic calming in the works Feedback and Outreach: Please take this short survey to provide additional feedback Outreach Timeline: LATEST: September 9, 2020 – City Council Hearing VIDEO / Presentation (pdf) / DOMI Questions and Responses (pdf) July 30, 2020 – Neighborhood Traffic Circle Pilot Public Meeting – DOMI presented the data collected and analyzed during the neighborhood …

This Week: Three Projects, Three (Cyber) Meetings

City working on rapid implementation of new Bike (+) Plan With finalizing the Bike (+) Plan, the City’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) has, in partnership with BikePGH and Healthy Ride, initiated a program to accelerate its implementation. In addition to installing infrastructure, the program, known at MoveForwardPGH, also includes a marketing campaign to help people understand the benefits …

Bump Outs: A primer for roadway safety

The City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) has been installing Curb Extensions and/or “Bump Outs” to help add clarity to streets and to provide added safety for pedestrians at key locations. Bump outs are one tool that traffic engineers can use to “calm traffic” and increase safety along a corridor.

City introduces new ‘Neighborways’ street type in the South Side

Muriel St, part of the South Side Neighborway

You may have noticed some new signs and speed humps in the South Side. This is the City’s first “Neighborway,” a new street type in the City of Pittsburgh. Neighborways are a new tool that the City is using in order to build out a connected citywide bike network, something that is getting increasingly more difficult as the wider streets got outfitted with bike lanes, leaving the narrower residential streets to fill the gaps.