OpenStreetsPGH is canceled for the 2020 season
As you may have expected by now, OpenStreetsPGH will not be able to take place as planned this summer due to the Covid-19 crisis. With your support in past years, we’ve organized OpenStreetsPGH as a joyful community celebration that honors walking and biking as fundamental modes of transportation. We will continue to keep this spirit of OpenStreetsPGH in our work at BikePGH, and encourage you to visit bikepgh.org to find other ways to get involved with our mission.
OpenStreetsPGH temporarily closes streets to car traffic, and invites Pittsburghers to reimagine our streets as places for people. For a few hours on a summer morning, you can walk, run, bike, skate, roll, dance, and enjoy the streets at your own pace. Jump into a free fitness class, shop at local businesses, eat amazing food, and join activities hosted by local organizations.
OpenStreetsPGH is inspired by hundreds of open streets events around the globe. The open streets movement promotes car-free transportation, healthy outdoor activity, and community engagement using city streets.
This event series is organized by Bike Pittsburgh, a non-profit organization who works on behalf of the Pittsburgh community to transform our streets and communities into vibrant, healthy places by making them 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
Walk, run, bike, dance, and play in the streets. OpenStreetsPGH gets people of all ages moving!
shop & eat
There is no better day to explore our neighborhoods and shop at local businesses than OpenStreetsPGH day!
OpenStreetsPGH invites people to try modes of transportation that reduce traffic congestion and CO2 emissions, like biking and walking.
reimagining city spaces
OpenStreetsPGH is a car-free event that encourages people to use active forms of transportation in spaces usually dominated by motor vehicles.