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North Euclid Neighborway Meeting
June 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) is partnering with Healthy Ride and Bike Pittsburgh 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.
North Euclid Ave currently experiences higher speeds than surrounding streets. To address this safety concern, the City of Pittsburgh has identified the street as a good candidate to become a Neighborway. Neighborways use low impact traffic safety improvements that create a safer, more comfortable experience for all users of the street. In this proposal, it would extend from Station Street to Bunkerhill Street.
A Neighborway is a low-volume street that prevents vehicles from speeding and makes it safer to walk, ride a bike, and for kids to play. This type of street doesn’t have dedicated bike lanes and has a very low impact on parking.
The North Euclid Avenue Neighborway will better connect Highland Park to other neighborhoods, including Morningside and East Liberty. Offers an alternative to busy Highland Avenue and bike facilities on North Negley Avenue.
To participate in this Zoom meeting either by phone or online, you must register by clicking in this Zoom webinar link:
Ricardo Solis / Community Initiatives Manager at Healthy Ride
Paige Anderson / Staff Engineer at DOMI
Christopher Young / Transportation Fellow at DOMI
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