Holistic approach to neighborhood connectivity
- EngagePGH: You can ask questions or leave comments about any of these projects on the City’s EngagePGH website.
- June 2, 2021: Presentation to Manchester Citizen’s Corporation (PRESENTATION)
- May 27, 2021: Northside Walking Tour Join us as we will be walking along the proposed Neighborways in the Northside! This walk will start at the Manchester Fields (Juniata St & Fulton St), and proceed onto Columbus Ave, Pennsylvania Ave, Fulton St, Manhattan St, & Juniata St and finally back at the starting point. You will walk with the Move Forward PGH team and learn more about the proposed projects, the Bike(+) Plan and future projects that make streets safer for people using all modes of transportation including biking and walking.
- April 5, 2021: Northside Phase 2 Cluster (VIDEO) (PRESENTATION)
- Feb 2, 2021: Presentation at the Northside Walk/Ride Monthly Meeting. DOMI team goes over projects with the Northside Leadership Conference’s Bike/Ped Committee.
The Northside Network Phase 2 projects involve a series of streets that could see a number of improvements that will create less stressful biking and walking connectivity within and through the neighborhoods. This suite of projects are the second phase of Northside safety projects.
While the Northside has numerous streets with bike infrastructure, there still remains significant gaps in making for a complete network.
Initial improvements that DOMI is looking at include:
- Pennsylvania Ave: Brighton Rd to Manhattan Ave (2021)
- Perrysville Ave: Charles St to Mairdale Ave (2022)
- Marshall: California Ave to Brighton Rd (2022)
- River to Riverview: McClure, Woods Run | Eckert, Preble, Westhall (2021/2)
- River Trail to Allegheny Commons: Scotland Ave, Martindale St, Merchant St (2021/2)
This network of streets will provide better access to: multiple neighborhoods; the Chateau Trail, important corridors for accessing Downtown Pittsburgh and North Shore amenities; Central Northside and CCAC; bicycling infrastructure on Brighton Rd and improved access to Riverview Park and Brighton Heights.
Through key improvements, DOMI hopes to achieve safer, more comfortable streets for all users. Improvements, depending on context and community input, could include such techniques as new road markings and crosswalks, Neighborways, bike lanes, or other traffic calming features.
If you have further comments or questions:
FAQs about the projects
What is MoveForwardPGH?
MoveForwardPGH is a collaborative program between the City’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI), Bike Pittsburgh, and Healthy Ride to help rapidly implement the new Bike(+) Plan, as well as market how less stressful roadways are beneficial for everyone, regardless of how they use our streets. See the https://moveforwardpgh.org/ website for more information.
Why this cluster of streets?
The street identified in this second phase of Northside projects are critical in creating a clearly connected, safe way for residents to get around the Northside by bike. This is important for the city to reach safety and climate goals, as well as helping keep Pittsburgh affordable.
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