It’s been four years since its last visit to Westinghouse Park.
Come Join the fun.
OpenStreetsPGH comes to Homewood, Larimer, East Liberty, Shadyside, and
North Point Breeze on Saturday, July 30, from 10:00 – 2:00
● OpenStreetsPGH is a free community event that opens miles of streets for people of all ages to walk, run, bike, roll, and explore spaces that would otherwise be used by motor vehicles.
● Journey through five East End neighborhoods, three bustling business districts, local parks, and greenspaces.
● This event series is organized by BikePGH, a registered 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit, that works on behalf of the Pittsburgh community to make the city safe and accessible for everyone to bike, walk, and roll.
● Enjoy activity stations, vendors, performers, and special promotions presented by local businesses and organizations along our longest route, a 4.4 mile loop.
● Get moving at free YMCA fitness classes every hour at the Health & Wellness Hub in Mellon Spray Park lot
● “Learn to Ride” with BikePGH and Switch and Signal Skatepark at the Kids & Family Hub on Broad St / Centre.
● Enjoy food, beverages, and live music at the Arts & Culture Hub on N. Homewood Ave / Kelly St.
● Look for the green and yellow BikePGH info tents around the route to purchase event merchandise and learn more about how you can get involved with the movement for safer streets.
● Full schedule of activities and partners to be announced at
● The 4.4-mile route extends from S. Highland to Broad St, Frankstown Ave to N. Homewood Ave, and Thomas Blvd to Fifth Ave connecting back to S. Highland, making a full loop.
● Activity areas: Health & Wellness Hub at Fifth and Beechwood Blvd (Mellon Spray Park), Kids & Family Hub at Broad and Centre Ave in E. Liberty, and Arts & Culture Hub at N. Homewood Ave and Kelly St in Homewood.
● OpenStreetsPGH does not necessitate a complete street closure. Car drivers can cross the route at several intersections listed online on the Route Map and indicated on-site with the presence of signage and intersection teams.
● Route information can be found at www.OpenStreetsPGH.org/route
● OpenStreetsPGH is inspired by the open streets movement – a global phenomenon promoting healthy outdoor activity and community engagement using city streets. Pittsburgh is one of hundreds of cities worldwide (over 100 in North America alone) that hold open streets events.The event is organized by Bike Pittsburgh and is made possible through major support from UPMC Health Plan. Additional support is provided by Green Mountain Energy, Zero Fossil, Spin, Google, Aurora, Pittsburgh Regional Transit, Whole Foods, Xfinity, Velo.AI Inc., Motional, City Paper, Walnut Capital, Cannondale, Public Source, and more