This project is the final piece of a series of streetscape improvements along Broadway Avenue.

Several improvements along the corridor were identified through a planning process headed by the Department of City Planning. This project, the culmination of that effort, consists of design and construction of the following improvements:

  • Realignment of Beechview Avenue to meet Broadway Avenue at a single T-intersection
  • Expansion of the existing sidewalk space at the Broadway/Beechview/Hampshire intersection
  • Pedestrian and plaza amenities at the intersection
  • Pedestrian-scale lighting
  • Landscape improvements on both sides of the realigned Beechview Avenue
  • Revised signal poles at the intersection
  • Other improvements, to be identified through the design process

Public Meeting May 26th

DOMI and DCP held a public meeting on May 26, 2022 at the PIttsburgh Hispanic Development Center to discuss the details of the Broadway Avenue Plaza project, including the design, project goals, traffic control, and construction schedule.

See the Document Library at right for the slides. A recording of the meeting is available below.

BAPR Public Meeting 5/26/2022


What are your top priorities for the Broadway Avenue Plaza?

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Choose your five highest priorities related to the plaza design by giving "points" to the sample images. Click to see larger versions of the sample images. Don't forget to click "submit" once you've chosen your five priorities!
Your remaining points:

Gathering

1 pts

Gathering

  16 Supports (10%)

Eating

1 pts

Eating

  23 Supports (15%)

Transportation

1 pts

Transportation

  23 Supports (15%)

Play

1 pts

Play

  8 Supports (5%)

Relaxing

1 pts

Relaxing

  10 Supports (6%)

Shade

1 pts

Shade

  22 Supports (14%)

Seating and Furniture

1 pts

Seating and Furniture

  14 Supports (9%)

Planting

1 pts

Planting

  26 Supports (17%)

Art

1 pts

Art

  15 Supports (10%)

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30 June, 2022

Bernabeem says:

Domi is manipulating saying park lot not used or left lane. Cameraman was sent 10 ish this AM recording traffic. Senior clossed-No school

30 June, 2022

Bernabeem says:

Just learned that P.W. saw the white primer paint bucket which was labeled "Dry Wall Primer". No wonder the paint is coming off. Clown job

29 June, 2022

penelope59 says:

The first part of the project was never finished. This seems to be a project that was not well thought out

16 June, 2022

Bernabeem says:

Painting over uncleaned & crumbling concrete as you did when your painted the big white crossing lines waste tax$$ & is dangerous

16 June, 2022

Bernabeem says:

The blocked off artist painted dead spaces up and down Broadway also an early stage in this disaster plan are filthy & crumbling. Fix it

16 June, 2022

Bernabeem says:

Apparently there is no way to say NOT SUPPORTIVE. I do not support this. And the crumbling cement and crossing lines need fixed already

15 June, 2022

Amy says:

Please proritize public transportation and accessibility. We have enough parking!

25 May, 2022

SAS says:

Why isn’t parking one of the priority options? If you want a viable business district you need parking! And why such small area 4 feedback

25 May, 2022

lfa says:

Parking is priority to keep a business district, and not even on the list above. Do not need another unmaintained area.

11 March, 2022

phm says:

The area needs PARKING more then anything else. Where is the plan to provide more parking?

11 March, 2022

Mem says:

The area needs parking!!! How about parking for the senior center. How can anyone use what is proposed when there is no parking?

29 July, 2021

Richard periu says:

Pit a drugstore in beechview and a hardware store and a bakery like in the 70s and 80s