OpenStreetsPGH is back in 2019 with three free events:

May 25

Homewood, Larimer, East Liberty, Shadyside, and North Point Breeze

Explore the longest OpenStreetsPGH route ever with 4.4 mile loop in Pittsburgh’s East End neighborhoods.

June 30

Downtown, Strip District, Lawrenceville

Take a trip from Market Square along Penn Avenue, to Butler Street, to 52nd Street in Lawrenceville. 

July 28

Downtown, Uptown, SouthSide

Our most popular route to date is back in May on Carson Street and Forbes Ave. This amazing loop features both iconic bridges and the Armstrong Tunnel.

What will you see & find along the route?


There will be yoga, dancing, shopping, children’s activities, running, brunching, lounging, and more. You'll find brunch spots, coffee shops, fresh foods, and all sorts of things that local businesses along the route have to offer.

OpenStreetsPGH Neighborhood Hubs


There are three event hubs along each route: two hubs will feature free fitness classes by the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh and one hub will feature a brand new BikePGH Kids Bicycling Education classes. In addition, shorter format fitness stations in every neighborhood will be led by instructors from some of Pittsburgh’s best fitness studios.