Frankstown Avenue Community Meeting
The Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services and city's Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) held a community meeting about Frankstown Avenue Traffic Signals On Tuesday, January 23rd, to discuss traffic signal replacements and upgrades at various points along Frankstown Avenue.
If you are interested in reviewing materials from the presentation, the slides can be found at this link.
If you were unable to attend, or are interested in re-watching the meeting, a recording of the meeting can be found at this link.
A written summary of the meeting can also be found here: https://hdp-us-prod-app-pgh-engage-files.s3.us-wes...
At the meeting residents had questions about sidewalks, lighting, neighborhood traffic calming, and public safety elements related but not part of this project. For more information on how the City is addressing those issues please visit the following EngagePgh and resource pages:
- Lighting Page coming soon!
To provide feedback, please continue using the space below to submit your comments and questions.
About this Project
Based on input provided during the Development of the Homewood Mobility Plan, emphasizing the importance of Frankstown Avenue, the city's Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) is making traffic signal improvements along Frankstown Avenue from Murtland Avenue to Blackadore Street. This project consists of signal replacements at three (3) intersections, investigations of signal removal at four (4) intersections, and a warrant study investigating a new signal at one (1) intersection. The intersections within the project corridor include:
- Signal Replacements
- Frankstown & Homewood
- Frankstown & Collier
- Frankstown & Brushton
- Frankstown & Murtland
- Frankstown & Lang
- Frankstown & Blackadore
- Signal Removal/Conversion to All-way Stop
- Frankstown & Braddock
- Frankstown & Sterrett