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Sept 10 Community Meeting: Conversion of Pocusset in Schenley Park to pedestrian/non-motorized use

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Will Pocusset in Schenley Park be converted to non-motorized use?

For safety reasons, the City is thinking of converting Pocusset St in Schenley Park to pedestrian and non-motorized use only.

There is a public meeting to discuss this project, as well as updates on the Greenfield Bridge replacement project.

Community Meeting to discuss Pocusset Re-Use Plan (Schenley Park Segment only) & Greenfield Bridge Replacement update

  • Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 7pm
  • Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, Levinson Hall, Room 202B
  • 5738 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Brought to you by the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition, Councilman Corey O’Connor, and the City of Pittsburgh Dept of Public Works.

All questions before the meeting should be directed to Councilman O’Connor’s office: 412.255.8965


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