Community Meeting About the Crafton Heights Trolly Trail on January 14

View of Pittsburgh from the west

The West End Trolley Trail Was Awarded Funding and the Community Wants You to Join the Conversation

A press release was published on November 21, 2019, announcing $100,000 funding from Senator Fontana for the West End Trolley Trail project that has an estimated cost of $600,000. It was said that State funds will also go into the plan that should, “connect the West End business district with the Great Allegheny Passage, the Montour Trail and the Three Rivers Trail system.”

Areas that the Trolley Trail would connect

Join the Conversation 

Support the Trolly Trail development by joining the Crafton Heights, Westwood, and Ridgemont Community on Tuesday, January 14, for their first meeting of the year and the first meeting since the City announced its funding for the Trolley Trail. This is a huge win for the West Pittsburgh Bike/Ped Committee and for the community at large.

Meeting Details:

Date: Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Time: 6:30pm
Location: Westwood Elementary School, 508 Shadyhill Rd, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
Event Link:

The City of Pittsburgh additionally supported this project in its 2020 Capital Budget.

Here is what Councilwoman Theresa Kail Smith said about the project in the Crafton Heights, Westwood, Ridgemont Community Facebook Group :


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