Shady Avenue Can Be Dangerous, And Deadly – Officials Are Working To Change That

Close up of Red Traffic Lights. A "No Turn On Red" Sign is present.

Shady Avenue in Pittsburgh will undergo nearly a year of scrutiny and planning to improve safety on the busy corridor. City officials partnered with the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission, a regional planning body, to analyze crash data, traffic and amenities along the road.

“It’s a very long corridor, there’s a lot of things that are going on,” said Katy Sawyer, a senior project manager with the city’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure.

Read the full article at