Join the public meetings about the comprehensive commuter bicycle and pedestrian transportation plan for Allegheny County
Allegheny County will be looking at ways to enhance people powered transportation opportunities over the coming months.
This effort will begin with public meetings in Pittsburgh and in Carnegie next week.
If you live, work, study or play in Allegheny County – or even just pass through the County, we encourage you to use your local knowledge to help us make the County a more accommodating place for pedestrians, cyclists, skaters and others.
Here’s the information you need to participate:
Allegheny County has partnered with PennDOT’s Bureau of Public Transportation to develop a comprehensive active transportation plan. The primary objective of the “Active Allegheny” Plan is to accommodate and encourage walking and biking as an integral part, and common means, of getting around Allegheny County. To receive input from the public, the following public meetings will be held in open?house format:
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Point Park University Ballroom
201 Wood St., Pittsburgh, PA
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Carnegie Borough Building
One Veterans Way, Carnegie, PA
The meeting locations are accessible to persons having disabilities. Anyone having special needs or requiring special aid should call the numbers listed Jackie Freeman at Olszak Management Consulting, Inc. at 412?281?9262.
Find out more about how to get involved on the Active Allegheny Website.
Not a member of BikePGH? Join today! We need you to add your voice! Bike Pittsburgh works to protect cyclist’s rights and promote the vision of making Pittsburgh a safer and more enjoyable place to live and to ride. For more info, check out: www.bike-pgh.org/membership