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 safer for people of all ages, abilities, and mode of travel.

In this informative public meeting, we will talk about DOMI’s updated proposal for a Neighborway in North Euclid Ave and the traffic circle pilot.

Our goal is to inform communities about projects that will impact their neighborhoods, and obtain feedback from residents regarding each project.  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.

Thursday July 30, 2020 6pm

To participate in this Zoom meeting either by phone or online, you must register here.
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Presenting:

  • Kim Lucas / Assistant Director at DOMI
  • Ricardo Solis / Community Initiatives Manager at Healthy Ride
  • Paige Anderson / Staff Engineer at DOMI
  • Christopher Young / Transportation Fellow at DOMI

Learn more about this project here:

Let your voice be heard!

Additionally you can email any feedback or questions to: moveforwardpgh@gmail.com