In order to provide thorough planning and engagement updates for the next public meeting, the Shadyside Connector meeting originally planned for Thursday, March 11th has been postponed to Wednesday, April 21st at 6pm.
We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to continuing the dialogue about making this corridor safer for all ages and abilities.
To ensure you do not miss the April 21st update meeting, we have updated this event date so that you don’t have to register again. You will be able to attend the meeting on April 21st using the same link. We look forward to seeing everyone and sharing the planning work being done to ensure the community informs the Shadyside Connector designs.
Learn about proposals to improve bicycling along the Shadyside Connector
The Shadyside Corridor has long been an important route and connector for people on bikes, ranking high in the city’s annual bike count. Sandwiched between the high traffic volumes of Fifth Ave and the Baum/Centre corridor, it provides one of the better bicycling options for an east-west connection between Oakland and points east.
The project seeks to improve the overall connectivity and clarity in the Shadyside bicycle network, and make it easier for people riding bikes, driving, or walking to navigate the streets and around each other.
Please join us for the following virtual public meetings to learn more about this project within the Shadyside and Squirrel Hill Networks. The meetings will provide several opportunities to share your feedback and ask questions.
If you need a sign language interpreter for this meeting, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org