The Mon-Oakland Mobility Plan thoroughly documents the Study Phase and the corresponding public process that created the proposed mobility corridor.
In 2018, the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure hosted a series of public meetings to gather input on what a connection might look like between Oakland and Hazelwood. The direct connection of Hazelwood - an icon of Pittsburgh’s industrial past - to Oakland – the image of its high-tech future - 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.
The result of hundreds of combined hours of consensus building, planning, and engineering, the Mon-Oakland Mobility Plan brings this connection to the residents surrounding Junction Hollow. The proposal would create a publicly accessible mobility route to operate between the neighborhoods of Hazelwood, Greenfield, Four-Mile Run, and Oakland. Along with it, a proposed network of bicycle and pedestrian routes will enable non-motorized transportation between these neighborhoods.
Mon-Oakland Mobility Plan Report
A series of Public Meetings were held during the Study. Click the links below to view information from each meeting. Details about discussions and results from each meeting are included in the complete project report above.
January 18, 2018
February 20, 2018
May 22, 2018