Department of Mobility and Infrastructure
The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) was established by Ordinances 15, 16 and 17 of 2017, and is the newest department of the City of Pittsburgh.
The department began as a means of directing attention to, and meeting the needs of, responsible transportation of people and goods throughout Pittsburgh, and for managing the operation of and access to the public right-of-way (sidewalks, curbs, streets and bridges that make up our network).
- 1,060 linear miles of streets (890 asphalt, 90 concrete, 80 brick/block stone).
- 2,423 lane miles of streets.
- Tens of thousands of crosswalks and pavement markings.
- 675 sets of steps covering 23.3 linear miles.
- ~44,000 street lighting fixtures.
- 613 signalized intersections + ~10,000 traffic control fixtures.
- 850,000 street signs.
- ~33 miles of guiderail.
DOMI lists as its three-year action agenda:
- The adaptation to the lasting changes resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Acknowledgement of racial inequities and how those disparities impact transportation as they work toward mobility justice.
- Reducing climate-related transportation impacts.
- Reimagining structures and approaches in order to better achieve funding for transportation and infrastructure.
- Supporting population and job growth.
- Cultivating a world-class department.
More about the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure
Below is a list of contents in the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure's Transition Brief (prepared by Thomas Consulting Group for The Pittsburgh Foundation).
MORE ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT