The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) is hosting a Neighborways Summit on September 30th, 2020 at 6pm to introduce its MoveForwardPGH rapid implementation program and to update the community on DOMI’s new traffic calming tool, the Neighborway. Through the use of traffic calming measures, Neighborways improve connections to existing bike routes, create safer environments for bicyclists and pedestrians, reduce vehicle collisions and speeding, and have minimal impact on parking.
This meeting will introduce the community to: the MoveForwardPGH program, explain what a Neighborway is and what traffic calming infrastructure it can include, why Neighborways are selected for certain streets, and updates about ADA modifications being included in Neighborway designs.
Included in this email is a PDF fact sheet about the Neighborway Program. Please share it and the meeting link with any residents interested in attending this meeting.
Also, to learn more about the current Neighborway projects that have been proposed for Pittsburgh, please visit https://moveforwardpgh.org/projects/ or click on the individual project links below:
- Reynolds St traffic calming “Neighborway” and FAQs
- N. Euclid “Neighborway” and FAQs
- Bloomfield-Friendship “Neighborway” and FAQs
- South Side “Neighborway”
You can register for the Neighborways Summit here on Zoom: