The City of Pittsburgh's Department of City Planning will host four city-wide Bike Plan Open Houses in July to kick-off the public process of updating the existing Bike Plan which was created in 1999. Of course, much has changed since then, including the hiring of a Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, the addition of protected bike lanes, the opportunity to use high-tech bike shares, and a trail that connects Pittsburgh to Washington D.C. Now, you have the opportunity to help shape the future of biking in Pittsburgh!
Come out on Saturday, June 9th and support Homewood and its small business community! The Homewood Small Business Expo is a celebration of Homewood that includes networking opportunities for businesses in the morning hours and fun activities for the general public in the afternoon.
What does the future hold for mobility? Is it self-driving cars? More bike sharing, car sharing, and ride sharing? How about smart parking and ever smarter transportation apps? On July 11th, you're invited to attend the "Future of Mobility" Forum convened by the Regional Transportation Alliance of SWPA (RTA) at the Kelly-Strayhorn Theater. Come out and learn how new technological developments are changing how transportation systems operate.
Transportation justice is the belief that all neighborhoods and communities should have access to safe, reliable, and affordable transportation options. Having good alternatives to cars -- such as public transit, bikes, and safe sidewalks -- helps to ensure that everyone can access employment opportunities, decent schools and affordable housing. Additionally, less reliance on cars, reduces pollution. Transportation justice also seeks to ensure that everyone -- including those with disabilities, the elderly, children, and low-income residents -- all have equal access to good mobility.
PITTSBURGH, PA (June 23, 2016) Organizers of the Pittsburgh Bicentennial Celebration are welcoming all residents of the greater Pittsburgh region to come Downtown for Bicentennial events throughout the day on Saturday, July 9.
Neighborhood Allies believes that no one knows a community as well as the people who live in them. Their Love My Neighbor! Grant Program (led by the Grassroots Grantmaking Committee) gives residents in target communities the chance to create a project that will both improve their neighborhood and engage their fellow neighbors. The grants range in size from $500 to $2,500 and Love My Neighbor! provides the necessary resources and technical assistance directly to residents.
PITTSBURGH, PA (June 13, 2016) - The City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County today announced that a victory parade for the 2016 Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins will take place in downtown on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 at 11:30 a.m.
PITTSBURGH, PA (June 9, 2016) - On Tuesday, June 14, Citiparks will open 16 outdoor swimming pools for the summer season and six spray parks will begin daily operation.
Hilltop Neighborhoods of Mt. Washington and Allentown to be featured June 17-19 PITTSBURGH, PA (June 8, 2016) - The Office of Mayor William Peduto and the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA), in partnership with NEXTPittsburgh announced today that the second installment of the NEXT 3 Days (N3D) event series will take place June 17 – 19, 2016 in the city’s Hilltop neighborhoods of Mt. Washington and Allentown.
Uptown Partners of Pittsburgh will hold their quarterly community meeting on Wednesday, June 1st at 6:00 p.m. The meeting is for Uptown residents, businesses, institutions, and those with a general interest in the neighborhood. Please note that due to the Penguins Stanley Cup Game tomorrow, the meeting has been moved to 300 Gist Street at the former Forbes Auto Body Shop (instead of being held at 710 Fifth Avenue as previously announced). The meeting will end in time for the start of the game at 8:00 p.m.!