Better Biking & Walking

Complete Streets recognizes that everybody, regardless of who they are, where they live, or how they get around, should have the choice to travel in a safe and convenient manner.

This is why we are working with the City to make Complete Streets the guiding philosophy of Pittsburgh’s streetscape and rights of way. In 2016, the City passed a Complete Streets Ordinance, an important step toward making biking and walking a requirement in all development and road building projects.

Find out how to get involved in the City’s Complete Streets Committee.

Pittsburgh Bike Plan

For a number of years, we’ve been working closely with the City of Pittsburgh to publish a robust bike plan and roadmap for implementation of it.

Mobility Plan

The City is embarking on a 50 year mobility plan, and it’s important that people who care about biking, walking and public transit take part in it.

Find out more.

Better Bikeways Vision

Our Better Bikeways Vision stresses that bike routes must be interconnected, safe, attractive, and comfortable in order to appeal to people of all ages, especially those who are interested in riding a bike but concerned for their safety. Implementing Better Bikeways is a key strategy to increase the number of bicyclists in Pittsburgh, make our streets safer, and to make Pittsburgh more bicycle friendly.

Better Bikeways map overview. Click to enlarge.

Fifth and Forbes Bikeway. Click to enlarge.

Allegheny Green Boulevard Bikeway. Click to enlarge.

East End Bikeway. Click to enlarge.

Golden Triangle Bikeway. Click to enlarge.

River to River Bikeway. Click to enlarge.

Donate

This vision has been made possible by a generous grant from The Richard King Mellon Foundation.  Please donate today to help us implement better bikeways in Pittsburgh.

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