Includes the design of a publicly accessible and controlled mobility corridor and expanded network of bicycle and pedestrian routes connecting the communities of Hazelwood, Greenfield, Four Mile Run, and Oakland.
Supporting the implementation of green infrastructure and stormwater overflow mitigations
The Project will connect the communities of Hazelwood, Greenfield, Four Mile Run, and Oakland
CREATING A MOBILITY CORRIDOR
Accommodating new mobility options while supporting sustainability goals
EXPANDING BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN CONNECTIONS
Providing more alternatives to vehicular traffic
DESIGN PHASE ONGOING
The City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) is in the Final Design Phase for the Mon-Oakland Mobility Project.
In June 2020, the design team submitted 60% design plans for Phase 1 (Junction Hollow) and the 30% design plans for Phase 2 (Sylvan Avenue) which include the general alignment of the Mobility Trail and realignment and expansion of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail. Based on public comments received during public outreach events in October, the team will finalize the design of the trails. The Phase 1 design will be advanced, contracted, and constructed in conjunction with the PWSA Four Mile Run Stormwater Improvement Project, and the two design teams are working together to ensure that the projects accommodate and complement each other.
The intention is to implement a mobility solution simultaneously with stormwater improvements to maximize efficiency and minimize cost and disruption to residents. The mobility project will improve connections between neighborhoods and employment centers while enhancing the park experience.