Wed. Aug. 8: Public Meeting to Learn about the Penn Circle 2-Way Conversion Project


Artist rendering of a typical layout

The final stretch on the Penn Circle 2-way conversion

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) of Pittsburgh is hosting an update meeting on the redesign of Euclid and Station Streets, traditionally known as “Penn Circle.” The current plan is to return these streets to two-way traffic and make significant bike and pedestrian enhancements to improve safety and overall mobility in the neighborhood.

This project, long called for from the neighborhood, is an attempt to correct the mistakes of the past in a neighborhood-focused way, including a walkable and bikeable street design.

On Wednesday August 8, the URA will be hosting a public meeting to discuss the current design work and learn more about a tentative construction schedule.

Penn Circle 2-Way Conversion Public Meeting Details

Date: Wednesday, August 8
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Location: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – East Liberty Room 2
Address: 130 S Whitfield St Pittsburgh, PA 15206
*Light refreshments will be provided.

For more information, contact Kryn Sausedo at ksausedo@ura.org

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