Pittsburgh has over 800 sets of public steps citywide, more than any city in the United States. The Frazier Street Steps provide a convenient connection between Frazier Street, Romeo Street, and Bates Street in South Oakland. It's a critical connection for cyclists and pedestrians to divert from the vehicle-heavy Boulevard of the Allies, but it's not currently comfortable or safe for many users. The reconstruction of this neighborhood infrastructure will include new steps with railings, lighting, and a bike tunnel and seeks to connect residents to transit and other neighborhood amenities.