Oakland For All For more information about the Oakland For All program please call:
Oakland Business Improvement District 412.683.6243 or
Oakland Transportation Management Association 412.687.4505

Together, we are opening a pathway to a community without barriers.

Champions

2020 marks the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Which means nearly thirty years of removing barriers and empowering people.

In honor of this important occasion, we are proud to introduce Oakland For All: Beyond Accessible. This program is focused on ensuring that Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood is fully accessible and welcoming to all who live, work, and visit here. Our projects include raising awareness among business owners about physical barriers at their entryways and creating apps and others technology for wayfinding support. It is our hope that together we can transform Oakland into a model community that advocates for the creation of user-friendly buildings, commercial establishments and public spaces.

Oakland For All promotes accessibility and inclusion for people with disabilities. We invite you to use this website as a guide to better understand the need for accessibility and how to open a pathway to a community without barriers.

Fifth Annual Ramp Crawl:
Thursday, August 1, 2019
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

 

Oakland For All Fifth Annual Ramp Crawl - August 1, 2019

Raise awareness on the importance of accessibility in our communities while enjoying food and drinks specials at several wheelchair-accessible Oakland businesses. Online pre-registration is open now and includes an opportunity to register for free, fully accessible ACCESS shuttle to your first crawl destination. Registration the day of the event is available from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Special kick-off events to be held at The Tent at Schenley Plaza beginning at 5:30 p.m. will include presentation of three Business Champion Awards to Oakland business owners who model accessibility to the rest of the neighborhood, and a special dedication to Richard Meritzer, former ADA Coordinator for the City of Pittsburgh.

 

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