When everyone has a place on the roadway, it makes it easier for everyone to get around.

MoveForwardPGH is an initiative of the Department of Mobility & Infrastructure to rapidly implement its new Bike(+) Plan and create lower stress streets for all users. Working with its local nonprofit partners, BikePGH and Healthy Ride, the City will engage the community throughout the process of installing new and improved bike-friendly connections throughout Pittsburgh.

The idea is to design streets that doesn’t leave bike riders, motorists or pedestrians to navigate incomplete connections that force everyone into unsafe and confusing situations. Bike lanes and traffic calming make it easier for everybody, including drivers and pedestrians, to get around.

Be sure to check out the the complete list of projects and the marketing campaign at MoveForwardPGH.org for the latest updates and sign up to get involved.

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22 May, 2021

lewinkler says:

“The majority of Pittsburghers depend on driving to get around. What changes are you implementing to improve mobility for drivers?”

17 March, 2021

Rebecca Miller says:

“I would like to see all of the laws that apply to vehicles that use the roads, apply to bikers that use the roads, even if in a bike lane.”