The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership (PDP) conducts various research projects to maintain its innovative programs and initiatives and to foster a welcoming neighborhood for everyone who lives, works, and plays in Downtown.
Covid-19 has had a dramatic impact on the Downtown environment. Activity levels are far different compared to what they were pre-pandemic. In an effort to track the reactivation of Downtown, the PDP creates a monthly report measuring Downtown activity including office building occupancy, parking garage utilization, bus ridership, bike share counts, and more. View the dashboard below to check out the latest Downtown reactivation metrics.
View a PDF of February’s Report here (updated 2-17-2021).
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Produced annually by the PDP, the State of Downtown Pittsburgh (SODP) report gives meaning to data, statistics, and trends for use by the general public. A comprehensive resource for landowners, developers, investors, and community leaders to showcase the economic vitality of Downtown Pittsburgh, learn more about the State of Downtown Pittsburgh report. In addition to the data narrative, find additional data pertaining to various sectors relevant to the Downtown community below.
Do you want to find out how many people actually use the Penn Avenue Bike Lane? We’ve installed bike counters at three locations along Penn Avenue to monitor Bike Lane usage.
Note: the Downtown Bike Lane counters are removed and not tracking from November through late March in order to mitigate excessive wear from snow removal.
The PDP conducts a resident survey every two years to gather the feedback and opinions of residents in Greater Downtown (consisting of the Golden Triangle, North Shore, Uptown, and Strip District). The data obtained from this survey is used by the PDP to inform decision making within the public and private sectors as well as to guide PDP programming and initiatives. The 2020 Downtown Resident Survey is the sixth resident survey that has been conducted since the PDP began data tracking in 2008.
In 2016, the PDP commissioned a pedestrian traffic count and intercept survey to provide insight into traffic patterns and the opinions of pedestrians. This information has been used to shape the programs and services of the PDP and others to support the growth and satisfaction of Downtown workers, residents, and visitors.
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View past Resident Surveys, Pedestrian Studies, Transit Studies, and more.