806 Western Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Brighton Road Bike Lanes Public Meeting

Thursday, August 13th at 6:00 pm

As part of the MoveForwardPGH program, the Department of Mobility and infrastructure (DOMI) is partnering with Healthy Ride and Bike Pittsburgh on infrastructure improvements across Pittsburgh. Our goal is to inform communities about projects that will impact their neighborhoods, and to obtain feedback from residents regarding each project.

In this informative public meeting, we will talk about DOMI’s updated proposal for the Brighton Road bike lanes.

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Brighton Road Bike Lanes

The Project

Brighton Road is a key missing piece in the expanding Northside bike network,and was identified in the Allegheny West Rejuvenation Plan as well as the City of Pittsburgh’s 2020 Bike Plan (+) as a needed north-south connector. Two blocks of Brighton Road, from Ridge Avenue to W North Avenue, are a part of this initial project. This project will connect to the existing bike network along W Ohio Street in Allegheny Commons Park and the two-way protected bike lanes around Allegheny Circle, that eventually connects to Downtown. It will also provide safer access for bicyclists entering the business district along Western Avenue, as well as to Community College of Allegheny County.

Mayor’s Office Follow Up: Allegheny Circle Public Meeting

Below is information regarding the Allegheny Circle public meeting recording and a link to a comment form. The deadline to give comments is July 31st.

Follow this link to view materials for additional review and comment. Here you will find (1) the video of the meeting from two weeks ago, (2) a revised slide deck that includes the bus stops and shelters, (3) project fact sheet, and (4) comment form. Note that the primary change in the slide deck is the inclusion of bus stop and shelter locations.

Brighton Road Updates Presentation – Sean Stephens (DOMI)

Below are two documents from Sean Stephens‘s presentation to the AWCC general membership via Zoom on Tuesday, June 9th:

Brighton Road Re-striping (PDF) Brighton Road Conceptual Plans (PDF)

Share Your Feedback

Brighton Road was identified in the City of Pittsburgh’s 2020 Bike Plan as a north-south connector for the bike network. Two blocks of Brighton Road, from Ridge Avenue to W North Avenue, are a part of this initial project.

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Get In Touch

Sean A. Stephens, E.I.T.
Department of Mobility and Infrastructure
City County Building | Room 301
414 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Office: 412-255-8908
Cell: 814-421-2629
Project Engineer

Bike Plan Upcoming Meetings

The City of Pittsburgh is thrilled to announce plans for a new Pittsburgh Bike Plan. Since the completion of the City’s first bike plan in 1999, many of the projects outlined in that plan have been installed, national best practices have changed and biking continues to be an important component in many Pittsburgher’s daily routines. Through the implementation of the new Bike Plan, Pittsburghers of all ages and abilities will have a better opportunity to incorporate bike riding into work commutes, recreation activities, daily errand-running, and social events.

Download the Flyer (.pdf) 

But before the Bike Plan can be finished, we need to hear from you! Throughout the month of October, we are looking for input from residents, business owners, commuters and, really, everyone who interacts with Pittsburgh’s streets. Follow the link below to tell us how to better connect you to the places you need to go. Through this link you can also get more information about a series of public meetings where you can hear more about the City’s priorities, processes and plan.


Public Meetings

Allentown Senior Center

631 East Warrington Avenue
October 10th
6:00 to 7:30 pm

Manchester Citizen Corporation

1319 Allegheny Avenue
October 15th
6:00 to 7:30 pm

East Liberty Presbyterian Church

116 South Highland Avenue
October 16th
6:00 to 7:30 pm

Department of Mobility and Infrastructure Event, September 10th

On September 10th, The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure will host a presentation and discussion with Jeff Tumlin, a nationally recognized expert in the latest land use, parking and mobility trends that influence cities. We are very excited to welcome Jeff to our great city to talk about what these things mean in Pittsburgh.

We believe that the event will be of interest to many of you and we hope to see you there!

Register online, please.

Angie Martinez
Transportation Planner
City of Pittsburgh | Department of Mobility and Infrastructure

DOMI Event