It’s finally here! The city’s updated bike plan, called the Bike(+) Master Plan, builds off of the original 1999 plan – that’s a long time! We’re happy to see the city’s commitment not only to accessibility, safety, and equity, but also to its climate goals of reducing transportation-related emissions 50% by 2030. It’ll help Pittsburgh neighborhoods, like Bloomfield, stay walkable and bikeable for generations to come. Check out the document on DOMI’s website HERE!
For Bloomfield, the Bike(+) Plan proposes Priority Networks connecting Bloomfield to:
– Friendship & Garfield via Coral St & Comrie Way;
– Shadyside via S Aiken Ave.;
– Oakland via S. Millvale Ave.; and,
– Central Lawrenceville via 44th & 45th St.
The Bike(+) Plan proposes Vision Networks connecting Bloomfield to:
– Lawrenceville via Woolslayer Way & Mintwood St.;
– Polish Hill via the Bloomfield Bridge; and,
– East Liberty via Mossfield St.
For the rest of February, DOMI is seeking your feedback about the Bike(+) Plan. Use any of these options to submit your comments:
VIA EMAIL OR PHONE
PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE
The best way to see the plan is to attend one of the upcoming public meetings.
Beechview Healthy Active Living
1555 Broadway Avenue, Beechview
4:00 – 8:00 PM
6 Allegheny Square East, Central Allegheny
3 PM to 8 PM
621 North Dallas Avenue, Homewood
3:00 – 8:00 PM
Southside Market House
202 Bedford Square, South Side Flats
4:00 – 8:00 PM
City-County Building Lobby
414 Grant Street, Downtown
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Carnegie Library Sheraden
720 Sherwood Ave, Sheraden
4:00 PM – 8:00 PM