With over 800 staircases, Pittsburgh has the most public steps of any city in America. In Greenfield we have staircases and jump-walks (*sidewalks with built-in steps) that make connections between streets and traverse our steep hills.
But with limited resources, the City of Pittsburgh needs to prioritize maintenance.
Vote For Your Favorite Steps! Suggest improvements
- Do you use City steps or jumpwalks(*) to get from place to place?
- Are the steps in need of repair or maintenance (weeds or snow)?
- Are there steps you’d use but they’re closed or too dangerous?
- Do you have ideas on how to improve the City’s steps?
Learn about the steps and the project here: Go to http://pittsburghpa.gov/dcp/ and click on the City Steps tab as shown above.
Then visit the City Steps wikimap to vote for the steps you use, report problem areas and suggest improvements at:
Questions or comments? Contact:
Principal Transportation Planner
Department of Mobility & Infrastructure
414 Grant Street
p.s. Here are some steps you might think abouy: Alexis steps to Greenfield Avenue, Magee Field steps from McCaslin Street down and up to Greenfield Avenue, Coleman Street jumpwalks (sidewalks with built-in steps), Murray Avenue steps to Browns Hill Road.