Thousands came out into the streets to enjoy OpenStreetsPGH

 

B-e-a-u-tiful Weather for OpenStreetsPGH

More than 23,400 people were estimated in attendance at OpenStreetsPGH – a free event connecting Downtown, Northside, and the West End. This route featured 3 miles of car-free city streets! OpenStreetsPGH is a unique opportunity for Pittsburghers to rediscover streets as places for people not just cars. Explore new communities, play in the streets, and shop and dine at new businesses.

SAVE THE DATE! One More Route this Summer

On July 30th travel 3.5 miles of car-free streets from Market Square, through the Strip District and Lawrenceville. OpenStreetsPGH is a free, all-ages event that’s building healthier, more connected communities.


Want to support OpenStreetsPGH?

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Donate a dollar at bikepgh.org/IloveOpenStreets

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Volunteers make OpenStreetsPGH possible. They wake up early and go the extra mile to keep you safe. Click here to join us in July and sign up for a volunteer shift.


Check out what happened at OpenStreetsPGH this June

OpenStreetsPGH June 2017


See you at the next OpenStreetsPGH on July 30!


Registration for PGH’s bike event of the year is on!

PedalPGH has been the region’s leading bicycle event (notice we didn’t say “race.”) It’s a casual, fun ride that exposes people of all ages and fitness levels to the neighborhoods, parks, bridges, and geography that make our region so unique.As a fundraiser PedalPGH enables BikePGH to continue to transform our streets and communities into vibrant, healthy places by making them safe and accessible for everyone to bike and walk. Click here to learn more and register.


Thanks to our sponsors

We would like to thank our sponsors and partner organizations that make OpenStreetsPGH events possible presenting foundation Colcom Foundation.

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.

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