The Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition and Sustainable Pittsburgh are co-sponsoring a public meeting intended to provide information about, answer questions and discuss concerns from the public about the Allegheny County Port Authority’s Rapid Transit proposal.
A coalition of 40 stakeholder organizations is investigating the potential for BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) in the Downtown-Oakland-East End corridor. BRT is intended to improve public transportation. It differs from standard bus service, having more comfortable buses, more regular service, upgraded stops and stations, and real-time rider information.
Come hear about how the potential transit project may serve Squirrel Hill, and express your opinions.
6 p.m. at The Children's Institute, 1405 Shady Avenue. Pittsburgh 15217. More information is available at http://GetTherePgh.org/