Students from Carnegie Mellon University's Master of Urban Design program are partnering with representatives of Economic Development South (EDS) this spring to improve bus stops on Route 51 and enhance the accessibility of neighborhoods along that corridor, according to an EDS news release.
To get the project under way, the students have designed a short online survey to hear concerns and preferences from area residents and commuters.
The survey (available here) is anonymous and takes about five minutes.
EDS is a nonprofit community development corporation serving Brentwood, Whitehall and Baldwin boroughs and the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Carrick and Overbrook. EDS is committed to facilitating investment and reinvestment, creating jobs, and enhancing the competitiveness of those areas.
EDS encourages you to take the survey today to help inform the process.
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