Your feedback needed: Take the Northside Network Survey

Image is a map of the Northside showing the proposed streets within the network

City looking for feedback on a series of Northside Streets The Department of Mobility of Infrastructure is looking to create a network of safer, connected streets within the Northside as part of their new Bike(+) Plan. This Northside Network of projects involve a series of streets that could see a number of improvements that will create less stressful biking and …

California Ave Bike Facilities and FAQs

Connecting neighborhoods through clarity and traffic calming Latest Updates  3/17/21: View design proposals in the 3/17 public meeting presentation, then take a survey to give feedback on the Northside Phase 1 Cluster of projects (survey closes March 31) The Project The California Ave Bike Facilities are part of the overall Northside Network of projects, and seeks to add bike facilities on California Ave, …

Manchester-Chateau Network and FAQs

A neighborhood network of safer streets   Latest Updates  3/17/21: View design proposals in the 3/17 public meeting presentation, then take a survey to give feedback on the Northside Phase 1 Cluster of projects (survey closes March 31) See the City’s Engage platform to leave a comment or a question about this proposal The Project The Manchester-Chateau Network of projects involve a series …

Northside Manchester and Central Network Phase 1

A wholistic approach to neighborhood connectivity Stay tuned for future meetings and feedback opportunities Feedback NEW: 3/17/21: View design proposals in the 3/17 public meeting presentation, then take a survey to give feedback on the Northside Phase 1 Cluster of projects (survey closes April 16) EngagePGH: You can ask questions or leave comments about any of these projects on the City’s EngagePGH …

16th St Bridge Bike Lanes and FAQ

Image shows the cross section of the proposed 16th St Bridge bike lanes with two lanes each direction for motor vehicles, two bike lanes each direction, and two sidewalks.

Connecting Neighbors Across the Allegheny The 16th Street/David McCullough Bridge traverses the Allegheny River between grocery stores and shops in the Strip District to residential areas near Progress Street on the Northside. While a popular connection between the Penn Ave Bike Lanes and the North Shore Trail, people riding bikes across it must contend with either fast moving traffic on …

City Paper: Why Pittsburgh is redesigning streets to help drivers slow down

Photo: Pittsburgh City Paper Pittsburgh City Paper spotlights Pittsburgh’s traffic calming efforts Pittsburgh city officials, particularly the city’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, have been very busy the last couple of years working on efforts to make dozens of streets, intersections, and corridors in the city safer for drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, and transit users. And those efforts have really sped …

GAP to the Point Bike Lanes (nearly) Complete

Bike route through the heart of Downtown connects people to jobs, businesses, and recreation For decades, there has been a dream to connect the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) Trail to the Point. The GAP is one of the premier trails in the United States, bringing in millions of tourist dollars to our city and providing the backbone of our Three …

Shadyside Corridor Connections and FAQ

Connecting neighborhoods in the middle of the city Updates: LATEST: TAKE THE SURVEY based off of the materials presented at the Wednesday, April 21 Shadyside Connector Public Meeting (VIDEO) – (VIEW PRESENTATION) FUTURE MEETING: Office Hours with Councilperson Strassburger and Director Ricks – In an effort to hear more from members of the community and answer questions about these options, Councilperson Strassburger and Karina Ricks, the Director of Pittsburgh’s Department of …