Living Preview in Pittsburg

Author: Bike East Bay

Date: May 28, 2019

The City of Pittsburg has released the draft bicycle and pedestrian network for the Pittsburg Moves plan and needs your feedback on project proposals. What’s on the menu? Protected bikeways on major arterials including Railroad Avenue, improved access to BART, and safer crossings for schools. If you live, work, or just ride in Pittsburg, the plan team needs your feedback on projects and priorities.

Living Preview
As part of the Pittsburg Moves outreach team, Bike East Bay will be on the ground to hear from the community this summer. On June 6, we’ll be out with Pittsburg city staff and consultants to test out crosswalk and bikeway improvements in a living preview of proposed projects at Railroad Avenue at California Avenue. This tricky intersection has been a connectivity and pedestrian safety issue, especially since the opening of the Pittsburg Center BART station. Walk or roll through before 11:00 am to see a temporary installation of crossing improvements and give your feedback for how the design can make the street safer and more comfortable.

When: June 6
Where: Railroad Avenue at California Avenue
Time: 7:30am-11:00am

Bike to the Pool
Join a community bike ride to Buchanan Pool and get free entry! The City of Pittsburg and Bike East Bay will lead a short bike ride to get your input on family-friendly biking improvements proposed for the Pittsburg Moves transportation plan, ending at Buchanan Pool where you can get in for free and join 511CC’s Summer Bike Challenge. Ride your bike for a chance to win awesome prizes.

Help improve your community, have fun, and win!

When: Wednesday, June 12 at 12:30
Start: Pittsburg City Hall
End: Buchanan Park

We will meet outside Pittsburg City Hall and roll out at 12:30. This is a family-paced ride on city streets and trails. There will be some light refreshments, or you can pack a lunch to eat at the park. Don’t forget your swimsuit!


Online Survey

Can’t make it to one of our in-person events? Give your feedback on the proposed bike network and priority projects on the Pittsburg Moves website. Take the survey.

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