Share Your Ideas for Downtown Mobility at the Public Workshop on Wednesday, January 29

How do you get around Downtown? 

The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership (PDP) is leading the way to create a downtown that is easier to navigate through the development of a Downtown Mobility Plan.

The Downtown area serves a wide variety of needs, modes of transportation, and services which the plan intends to look at and address. Over the next 5 months, the PDP will be using information from Mayor Peduto’s Envision Downtown initiative, public feedback, and data to make informed decisions about downtown mobility.

Share your ideas

Join PDP’s first public workshop that will help to guide the development of the Mobility Plan. This workshop will focus on the “Issues and Opportunities” of the Downtown neighborhood and Central Business District.

According to the PDP website, “The Plan will analyze data and collect public input to identify issues and prioritize opportunities to improve the Downtown experience for all users, especially during peak travel times. This workshop is free and open to the public.”

Meeting Details:

Meeting Title: Downtown Mobility Plan Public Workshop: Issues & Opportunities
Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Point Park University, Thayer Hall JVH Auditorium, 201 Wood St, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
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Do you want to get more involved with making Pittsburgh better for biking and walking? Become a bike/ped advocate. There are over 20 neighborhood bike/ped committees across the City and surrounding municipalities.

You can find a complete list of them here. You can always start your own committee too! Email for more information.

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