Please join Riverlife and our partners:
Carnegie Museum of Art
City of Pittsburgh
Friends of Allegheny Landing
SHOW US YOUR SHOES!
A TRAIL RESTORATION CELEBRATION
Friday, May 19, 2017 (Bike to Work Day)
Allegheny Landing Lower Trail
North Shore [Map]
Three Easy Steps:
1. Bike, Walk, or Run to Allegheny Landing between 8:30-9:00 am on May 19
2. Show us the shoes you came in: sneakers, walking shoes, cycling shoes, etc.
3. We’ll reward you with a bag of locally made mini donuts from Black Radish Kitchen!
Then stay for brief comments from County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Mayor William Peduto, and the official opening of the newly restored Allegheny Landing Lower Trail and Rain Garden.
-Event concludes by 9:30 am-
HOW TO GET THERE:
Allegheny Landing [Map] is a quick 10-minute walk from downtown Pittsburgh across the Roberto Clemente (6th Street) Bridge to the North Shore. Once across the bridge, Allegheny Landing is to the right (east) of the bridge. Limited metered street parking may be available on Isabella Street, or parking may be available in the public garage on General Robinson Street.