Record Breaking Attendance: OpenStreetsPGH May was lit!

So lit… Largest OpenStreetsPGH ever!

Over 36,000 people were estimated in attendance at OpenStreetsPGH – a free event connecting Downtown, Uptown, South Side. This route featured 4 miles of car-free city streets! OpenStreetsPGH is a unique opportunity for Pittsburghers to rediscover streets as places for people not just cars. Explore new communities, play in the streets, and shop and dine at new businesses. Do you love OpenStreetsPGH? Help us grow and reach more neighborhoods by donating at

SAVE THE DATEs! TWO More OpenStreetsPGH events this Summer

On Sunday, June 24th, OpenStreetsPGH will visit Downtown, the Strip District, and Lawrenceville. This route is so popular we are extending it toa 4 mile route! Take a trip from Market Square along Penn Avenue, from Downtown to the Strip District, and Butler Street from Doughboy Square to 52nd Street in Lawrenceville.

(NEW ROUTE, NEW DAY) On Saturday, July 28th, OpenStreetsPGH will visit the East End! Explore the longest OpenStreetsPGH route ever with 4.4 mile loop in Pittsburgh’s East End traveling through Homewood, Larimer, East Liberty, Shadyside, and North Point Breeze.

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Volunteers make OpenStreetsPGH possible. They wake up early and go the extra mile to keep you safe. Click here to join us in July and sign up for a volunteer shift.

Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of PedalPGH

PedalPGH has been the region’s leading bicycle event (notice we didn’t say “race.”) It’s a casual, fun ride that exposes people of all ages and fitness levels to the neighborhoods, parks, bridges, and geography that make our region so unique.As a fundraiser PedalPGH enables BikePGH to continue to transform our streets and communities into vibrant, healthy places by making them safe and accessible for everyone to bike and walk. Click here to learn more and register.

Thanks to our sponsors

We would like to thank our sponsors and partner organizations that make OpenStreetsPGH events possible.

The event is organized by the bike and pedestrian advocacy organization, Bike Pittsburgh, and is made possible through major support from UPMC Health Plan and the Colcom Foundation. Additional support is provided by, Peoples Natural Gas, the Benter Foundation, AARP, Google, Red House Communications, Uber, and the Port Authority of Allegheny County.

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