The East Liberty Post

East Liberty Circulation and Mobility Vision

By
East Liberty Development, Inc.

Join us at the East Liberty Circulation and Mobility Vision Public Creative Brainstorming Session!

Envision an East Liberty where all types of people move around (and get to) the community safely, with ease, by any mode of choice!

Dinner and childcare will be provided! Please RSVP to Loralyn Fabian at loralyn.fabian[at]eastliberty[dot]org or 412-361-8061 ext 28.

When: Thursday August 2, 2012 from 5:30-8:00 p.m.

Where: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - East Liberty (130 S. Whitfield Street)

Who: Anyone who has a stake in the circulation and mobility of East Liberty - that's you!

What: This session will influence the Vision's first draft. Both the public and the Vision's technical committee will have the opportunity to digitally review the draft before the Vision is made final. 

Why: To review the 2010 East Liberty Community Plan's outlined values and issues pertaining to circulation and mobility; brainstorm what assets and new issues our community may have; and draft progressive circulation and mobility goals for the neighborhood!

Some FAQs:

Q: How can the Vision positively benefit planning efforts that are already underway in the city?
A: The Vision will be reviewed and integrated into the City's comprehensive 2035 MovePGH Plan.

Q: How do we use the Vision as a tool to positively benefit our community immediately?
A: The Vision will inform developers and planners of our community's comprehensive circulation and mobility needs as soon as it is complete by September 2012. 

Please Note: The Vision will capture the East Liberty community's voice so that it can benefit the outcome of the MovePGH Plan. ELDI supports the City's MovePGH process - and we hope that you will, too! Visit planpgh.com/movepgh to learn more about the City's current transportation planning process and for the dates/times/locations for the MovePGH East End public workshops.