New OpenStreetsPGH route was a huge success
More than 25,000 people were estimated in attendance at last weekend’s OpenStreetsPGH – a free event connecting Downtown, Uptown, and the South Side. This brand new route connected 4 miles of car-free city streets.
OpenStreetsPGH invites the community to get outside and be active, providing an opportunity to reimagine our streets as places for people, not just cars. May was the just the beginning of the 2017 OpenStreetsPGH series with two more events scheduled for the year.
Join BikePGH at OpenStreetsPGH this Summer
Join us this summer at our three events for yoga, dance and fitness workshops; community arts; and special promotions presented by over 100 local businesses and organizations.
Sunday, June 25th: City of Bridges Route
- 3 miles from Market Square to Main Street in the West End (Downtown, Northside, West End)
Sunday, July 31st: Doughboy to Downtown Route
- 3.5 miles from Market Square to Allegheny Cemetery along Penn Avenue and Butler Street (Downtown, Strip District and Lawrenceville)
We would like to thank our sponsors and partner organizations that make OpenStreetsPGH events possible presenting foundation Col
Additional OpenStreetsPGH supporters include: Highmark, Peoples, Heinz Endowments, Buhl Foundation, the Benter Foundation, AARP, Uber, Red House Communications, the Port Authority of Allegheny County, and McAuley Ministries.
Want to support OpenStreetsPGH?
OpenStreetsPGH is organized by the bike and pedestrian advocacy organization, Bike Pittsburgh. Support OpenStreetsPGH by donating at bikepgh.org/donate.
OpenStreetsPGH was a hell of a good time thanks to all of huge volunteer effort. Click here to learn more and volunteer.
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Check out what happened at OpenStreetsPGH this May
See you at the next OpenStreetsPGH on June 25!