OpenStreetsPGH takes over the West End Bridge on June 25th

Pittsburgh streets to open Sunday for free outdoor activities

Grab your walking shoes, bikes, and yoga mats and come play on car-free streets of the West End, Northside, and Downtown from 9am-1pm on Sunday, June 25th. Join us for fitness workshops, kids activities, shopping, brunch, community arts, and special promotions presented by over 100 local businesses and organizations.

What’s new for June 2017

  • Participants will also be able to enjoy a Canine Carnival hosted by the Humane Animal Rescue, formerly known as the Western PA Humane Society
  • Free admission at the Children’s Museum
  • OpenStreetsPGH selfie station on the West End Bridge
  • Follow OpenStreetsPGH on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, for updates and details on all NEW event happenings

Support OpenStreetsPGH

June 25th City of Bridges Route

The three-mile route stretches from Downtown’s Market Square, over the Roberto Clemente Bridge, into Allegheny Commons West Park, down Western Avenue, and across the West End Bridge to West End’s Main Street. Walk, bus, Uber, and bike to the event. For more details on how to get to OpenStreetsPGH visit openstreetspgh.org/getting-there/.

Where to go

  • Downtown: Peoples Fitness Hub at Market Square
  • Northside: Highmark Community Fitness Hub at Ridge Ave. + W. Ohio
  • West End: Highmark Community Fitness Hub at S. Main Street + Wabash
  • Full program schedule and shopping list can be found at openstreetspgh.org/schedule/

Fitness pass

Get $5 off an OpenStreetPGH t-shirt when you visit all three fitness hubs along the route this Sunday!

Pick up an OpenStreetsPGH fitness pass at a BikePGH tent located at each fitness hub. You will automatically receive two hole punches when you pick up the pass.


 

Volunteer at OpenStreetsPGH

From Intersection Heroes to Barricade Monitors to Program Hub Volunteers, there are plenty of ways to get involved. Ready to make a difference in your community?

Click here to volunteer this Sunday

The event is organized by the bike and pedestrian advocacy organization, Bike Pittsburgh, and is made possible through major support from the Colcom Foundation. Additional support this year is provided by Highmark, Peoples, Heinz Endowments, Buhl Foundation, the Benter Foundation, AARP, Uber, Red House Communications, the Port Authority of Allegheny County, and McAuley Ministries.


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