The Mon-Oakland Mobility Project is part of the City of Pittsburgh’s efforts to create a publicly accessible and controlled mobility corridor that will connect the neighborhoods of Hazelwood, Greenfield, Four Mile Run and Oakland. The plan also includes a proposed network of bicycle and pedestrian routes to enable non-motorized transportation between these neighborhoods.

Project Update

The City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) will initiate the Preliminary Design Phase for the Mon-Oakland Mobility Project this summer (2019) in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority’s (PWSA) Four Mile Run (4MR) Stormwater Improvement Project.

The purpose of the Design Phase is to advance the conceptual plan derived from the Mon-Oakland Mobility Study completed in Fall 2018 and further refined as part of PWSA’s ongoing 4MR Stormwater Improvement Project. To do so, the Design Phase will include a comprehensive public outreach program that will include ongoing stakeholder coordination.

Project update
Project Goals

Goals identified during the Study Phase will continue to guide the project through the Design Phase.

Sustainable

Sustainable: Support citywide sustainability objectives including increased mass transit, bicycling, and walking

Economical

Economical: Support City and regional economic development objectives, specifically the reinvestment into the Hazelwood neighborhood

Connected

Connected: Meet existing and near-term forecasted mobility gaps and increase connectivity and equitable access too opportunity

Neighborhood Preserving

Neighborhood Preserving: Preserve or enhance neighborhood health, safety, and quality of life

Park Preserving

Park Preserving: Work within the Green Infrastructure Plan and Park Environment; Minimize visual impact on Schenley Park

Implementable

Implementable: Be constructed and implemented concurrent with green infrastructure improvements

Why is the Project Needed?

The Mon-Oakland Mobility Project is part of the City of Pittsburgh’s effort to provide for a sustainable future and support revitalization. The direct connection of Hazelwood to Oakland via alternative modes of transportation will provide a wealth of new employment opportunities and access to medical care and entertainment to the residents of Hazelwood as well as the neighborhoods in between. Oakland is the most significant commute destination for employed residents, followed by Downtown, Strip District, and South Side.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact: mon‑oaklandmobility@pittsburghpa.gov

City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility & Infrastructure

Room 301 City-County Building
414 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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