Tag Archive: traffic calming

City’s first speed humps and bike boulevard added to Gold Way in Polish Hill

A “traffic calming” first in the City of Pittsburgh The City of Pittsburgh recently added speed humps and bicycle markings

WESA: BikePGH Reveals Vision for ‘Better Bikeways’

By Jessica Nath Bike Pittsburgh is pedaling toward a vision of Pittsburgh where cyclists have their own space to ride

Will PennDOT’s Penn Ave Safety Changes Make a Difference?

PennDOT’s plans call for retiming the signals on Penn Ave, but not much else Penn Ave in Point Breeze is

What are your thoughts on People vs. Cars in Schenley Park?

Be sure to weigh in on the Schenley Park Master Plan update The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy (PPC) published a blog

Be Heard: Schenley Park Master Plan – Taming the Car

Your input is needed to help shape the future of the parks! The Parks Conservancy is holding public meetings this

New Bike Lanes and Sharrows on Forbes Ave in Squirrel Hill

Introducing the newest bike lanes (and bike lane symbol person) in Pittsburgh: Forbes Ave in Squirrel Hill An important piece

Pedestrian in critical condition after being struck by a car on Mount Washington

A man was hit by a car last night on Mt. Washington at the corner of Grandview and Hallock [map]

Car/Pedestrian Crash in Squirrel Hill

Just heard this on WDUQ this morning. There has been a crash at Wilkins and Beechwood Blvd. Still awaiting details.

Post-Gazette: Judge Flaherty injured in Downtown pedestrian accident

Local Judge Tom Flaherty was struck and injured by a car Wednesday (12/17/08) evening while crossing the street. The motorist

Traffic Crashes are the Number One Killer of the World’s Children

The lack of investment in unintentional injury primarily has been the thinking that they are inevitable, and that they are

Post-Gazette: Frankie Passaro: West Liberty Avenue won’t be the same without him

Here’s a really nice article about the man who was struck and killed by a car on West Liberty Avenue