Tag Archive: planning

It’s Time to #CountPGH!

The City of Pittsburgh is leading fall bicycle and pedestrian counts and they need your help!

Mayor’s plan to attract, retain Downtown retail include bike lanes on Smithfield St and Forbes Ave

Bikes mean Business in Downtown’s new retail plan Cities around the country are embracing safe biking and walking infrastructure to

WESA: Better Bicycle and Public Transit Among Priorities for Pittsburgh Transportation Plan

Project Manager Paul Moore outlines priorities identified in transportation planning. By Deanna Garcia Wednesday, November 7, 2012 Pittsburgh’s 25-year transportation

Nov. 7-9: MOVEPGH – Find out what projects are in the pipeline and Peer Cities Summit

Find out what projects are in the City’s future For the past several months, the Department of City Planning has

Sept 10-15: Strip District Design Forum

Click flyer to enlarge Join the City and develop concepts for the future Strip District The City and Consultant Team

Aug. 6-8, MOVEPGH Community Workshops: East End

Click image to enlarge The City of Pittsburgh wants your input for the MovePGH Plan The Department of City Planning

ATTEND: July 17, Downtown, Strip District and Lawrenceville Mobility Issues Forums

Pedestrians, bicyclists, cars, trucks, street vendors…you name it vie for space in the Strip District corridor Several studies have been

MovePGH Community Workshops: Western and Southern Neighborhoods

Click to enlarge map The City of Pittsburgh wants your input for the MovePGH Plan The Department of City Planning

MovePGH Community Workshops: Downtown, Lower Hill, Uptown, South Side Flats, and Second Ave Corridor

The City of Pittsburgh wants your input for the MovePGH Plan The Department of City Planning is currently creating the

MovePGH Community Workshops: Northside, Allegheny Riverfront, and West End Valley

The City of Pittsburgh wants your input for the MovePGH Plan The Department of City Planning is currently creating the

Lawrenceville: Participate in the Allegheny Riverfront Green Boulevard Planning and Win a $100 Gift Certificate

Contest ends on Feb 29 – Next Public Meeting Thursday March 15 The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), is embarking on

Own a bicycle? You need to be at the MovePGH Public Kick-Off Meeting on Feb 2

A once in a lifetime opportunity to shape the future of transportation in Pittsburgh The City of Pittsburgh has been

CDC: 2/3 of US Adults back street improvements to make physical activity an easier choice

Street improvements, like this bike lane on East Liberty Blvd, can make it easier and for people to get physical