Cable automobiles on Pittsburgh’s Strip are among the many Port Authority tasks to think about Tuesday

PITTSBURGH – From improvements to McKnight Road to cable cars in the Strip District, Allegheny County’s Port Authority is looking for your input on potential infrastructure projects.

One of several public sessions will take place on Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Schenley Plaza in Oakland.

Channel 11’s Alyssa Raymond explains some of the ideas on the table – on Channel 11’s morning news, on TV, and on our streaming apps.

The Port Authority’s 25-year plan includes a roadmap of 18 projects. The transit system believes it would create a more accessible, efficient, and equitable way for people to get around the Pittsburgh area.

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Should all projects become a reality, the cost could be as high as $ 3.7 billion.

>> CLICK HERE to read the 80-page map

Additional public sessions are scheduled for Thursday at 10 a.m. in Pittsburgh Market Square and one online on August 10 at 4:30 p.m.

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