The City of Pittsburgh is thrilled to announce plans for a new Pittsburgh Bike Plan. Since the completion of the City’s first bike plan in 1999, many of the projects outlined in that plan have been installed, national best practices have changed and biking continues to be an important component in many Pittsburgher’s daily routines. Through the implementation of the new Bike Plan, Pittsburghers of all ages and abilities will have a better opportunity to incorporate bike riding into work commutes, recreation activities, daily errand-running, and social events.

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But before the Bike Plan can be finished, we need to hear from you! Throughout the month of October, we are looking for input from residents, business owners, commuters and, really, everyone who interacts with Pittsburgh’s streets. Follow the link below to tell us how to better connect you to the places you need to go. Through this link you can also get more information about a series of public meetings where you can hear more about the City’s priorities, processes and plan.


Public Meetings

Allentown Senior Center

631 East Warrington Avenue
October 10th
6:00 to 7:30 pm

Manchester Citizen Corporation

1319 Allegheny Avenue
October 15th
6:00 to 7:30 pm

East Liberty Presbyterian Church

116 South Highland Avenue
October 16th
6:00 to 7:30 pm