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Julie Walsh, BikePGH Communications & Marketing Manager, email@example.com, (412) 579-3938
Kéya Joseph, BikePGH Events Director, (412) 860-3921
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The event is organized by Bike Pittsburgh.
OpenStreetsPGH temporarily closes roads to car traffic, and invites Pittsburghers to reimagine our streets as places for people. Walk, run, bike, skate, roll, dance, and enjoy the road at your own pace! Participants can jump into a free fitness class at our wellness hub, learn how to ride, drift or tackle a jumps course at our kids hub, enjoy food from local vendors, and play in the streets with activities hosted by over 50 local organizations.
View a full OpenStreetsPGH route map at openstreetspgh.org/route
Bike Pittsburgh Issues Traffic Alert
Julie Walsh, firstname.lastname@example.org,
412.325.4334 (office), 412.735.8556 (cell)
PITTSBURGH – OpenStreetsPGH activates neighborhoods across Pittsburgh with thousands of bicyclists and pedestrians the last Sunday of May, June, and July from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Beginning at 3:00 a.m. on event day, all cars (including those parked on the street) will be prohibited on the event route.
View the full OpenStreetsPGH route map at openstreetspgh.org/route
There is no parking allowed along the event route from 3 a.m. – 3 p.m. on event days. All parked cars will be towed to provide a safe and car-free area for event participants. “No Parking” signs will be placed along the route starting the Wednesday before the event.
Some streets will be closed, and vehicles left parked on the street will be towed starting at 6:00 a.m. Details TBA.
Unlike other events, OpenStreetsPGH does not necessitate a complete street closure. Car drivers may cross the route for business and residential access by using open intersections.
Roadways will reopen promptly by 3:00 p.m.
Some bus lines on the route will be affected. Stay updated on Pittsburgh Regional Transit’s detours at www.portauthority.org/detours
Media and the public are encouraged to visit openstreetspgh.org/media, or follow OpenStreetsPGH on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, for updates and details on event happenings. For more information on how to get to OpenStreetsPGH, visit openstreetspgh.org/getting-here.