Mt. Lebanon examines replacing closed pedestrian stairway

On Tuesday, January 11th the Mt Lebanon Commission discussed the replacement of a set of closed pedestrian stairs between Inglewood Drive and Gilkeson Road that have been closed for about 10 years.

A map of the location of the stairs at the end of Inglewood Drive in Mt. Lebanon

The Almanac quoted Andrew, a strong proponent of expanded mobility options; “This is an important project, but it does deserve a broader look,” Andrew Flynn, commission president, said. “I think mobility, more broadly, is a discussion that we do need to be having, and it is a topic that I think this fits into very closely. I think it’s a question not just of walkability, but bikeability. How do we promote multiple modes of mobility throughout the community? This is a perfect example of that.”

Read the full article in the Almanac or learn more about Andrew's thoughts about mobility