This is the second ride in our Pittsburgh Parks tour. For this ride, we recommend starting from the Healthy Ride station at Negley Ave & Stanton Ave across the intersection from the Union Project. We’ve also made this ride from one of our Homewood stations outside of the Homewood-Brushton YMCA, which can lengthen the ride and use the bike lanes on East Liberty Blvd. Either way, it’s a fun part of town to explore, and Highland Park offers a scenic loop that you can take as many times as your legs can stand.
Leaving from the Negley Ave & Stanton Ave station head east on Stanton Ave. Make a LEFT onto N Euclid Ave, a small neighborhood street recently converted to a Neighborway, making it more accessible for people to bike, walk, and play safely. During this ride we got to cruise around two Neighborway traffic circles at Hampton St and Callowhill St that were highlighted for the pilot phase of this particular Neighborway. Each one provided a fun opportunity for flowering potted plants.
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