OpenStreetPGH temporarily closes streets to car traffic and invites Pittsburghers to reimagine their streets as places for people.

Save the Date: The next OpenStreetsPGH event is on Sunday, June 30th! Grab your walking shoes and come play on car-free streets of Downtown, Strip District, and Lawrenceville from 9am to 1pm!

OpenStreetsPGH is a free event series that offers something for everyone, from fitness workshops, to kids activities, shopping, brunch, community arts, and special promotions presented by over 100 local businesses and organizations.

OpenStreetsPGH is inspired by the open streets movement – a global phenomenon promoting healthy outdoor activity and community engagement using city streets.

This event series is organized by BikePGH, a registered 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit, who works on behalf of the Pittsburgh community to make the city safe and accessible for everyone to bike and walk.

open to pedestrians of all kinds, so you can:

Explore the city at your own pace

Enjoy free group fitness classes

Sightsee from a new perspective

Bike through 3 unique routes

Support local businesses

Use non-motorized transportation

healthy living

Walk, run, bike, dance, socialize, and play. OpenStreetsPGH connects kids with activities and invites everyone to get up and move on one big open street.

shop & eat

OpenStreetsPGH invites people to see how much fun weekends in the city can be. Get to know neighborhoods and local businesses along the route like you've never seen them before.

thinking green

OpenStreetsPGH introduces people to modes of transportation like biking and walking that reduce traffic congestion and CO2 emissions, resulting in better air quality.

reimagining city spaces

It's a car-free event that encourages people to use active forms of transportation and engage in activities in spaces generally reserved for motor vehicles.