Mon-Oakland Mobility Plan

Four Mile Run Watershed Mobility Public Process

Public Meetings

A set of public meetings will be held to inform this mobility study. The third public meeting was held on February 20th, 2018; the presentation from the February 20th meeting is posted below. Please let us know what you think about it by March 6th, 2018.

We have provided a few of ways to provide feedback on this project, both in person and electronically. You can join us for a scheduled public meeting, or leave a comment below, or email us at with your comment. We will also be having a series of smaller stakeholder meetings with key stakeholders and the immediate neighborhoods included in the study area.

    Study Timeline: This set of public meetings began with an initial community meeting in November 2017, and continued with a second meeting in January 18th, 2018. Here's a timeline of this study and the goal of each public meeting.
  • November 2017: Identify needs, wants, opportunities and constraints
  • January 2018: Identify and evaluate options
  • February 2018: Determine preferred alternative and necessary accompanying policies
  • March 2018: Review revised alternative

  • Presentation from February 20th Meeting

    Do you have feedback you'd like to share on the modes and route alternatives that were presented here, or about the issue in general? Please email with your comments or leave a comment below. Please share your comments by March 6th, 2018.

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    Presentation from January 18th Meeting

    The second public meeting was held on January 18, 2018; the presentation from the January 18th meeting is posted below. Presenters included the City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, the Squirrel Hil Urban Coalition, Oakland Planning and Development Corporation, and The Run Resident Action Team. The consultant team from Michael Baker International then presented design alternatives for the route and mode of transportation.

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