“The authority finished more than a half dozen followup meetings last week on the $195.5 million system that will put electric buses on exclusive traffic lanes between Downtown and Oakland. The system is designed to improve service between the two major job centers, reduce air pollution and rebuild the streets from sidewalk to sidewalk in the Uptown neighborhood between them. . . .
“Ms. Kelleman said there will be changes in the service mix but the cost and scope of the proposal won’t change. The authority expects to begin two years of construction by early next year and will proceed with local funding if it doesn’t receive the federal grant.
“Regardless, she said, the authority will hold another round of community meetings in the fall to update the public on any design changes and hear additional comments.”
FULL STORY published May 28, 2018 via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette