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The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI), in an effort to provide low-stress connectivity through the neighborhoods of Highland Park and East Liberty, is proposing a Neighborway on N Euclid Avenue from Bunkerhill Street to Station Street. A Neighborway is the newest type of street in Pittsburgh. It’s a street, or series of connected streets, where motor vehicle speeds and volumes are kept low by using a variety of traffic-calming techniques.

Responding to concerns from the community members, and verified with speed and crash data, the project looks to create a low-speed route that will increase safety for everyone who travels or lives along the route. Euclid sees approximately 1,700 cars per day, and there have been a significant number of crashes recorded, with over half due to aggressive driving.

Additionally, N Euclid was identified in the City’s new Bike(+) Plan as a key corridor to provide better connectivity toward a citywide bike network. The Neighborway would connect to the URA’s upcoming Penn Circle two-way conversion project, which includes bike lanes, as well as community assets such as the Bryant St and East Liberty business districts, Highland Park, Fulton elementary, the Barack Obama academy, Peabody Park, Borland Garden, and Garland Parklet.

See the project website for full details, meeting archive, and Frequently Asked Questions:

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