Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh’s history is heavily rooted in the railroad and the African-American population that established the neighborhood in 1883. Named for the Pennsylvania steel town because of its similar working-class persona, the neighborhood features Pittman Park and recreation center, and is home to Pittsburgh Yards, currently in development along University Avenue and the BeltLine’s Southside Interim Trail.

Trails

Southside Trail

Currently, the Southside Interim Trail is open as an unpaved, interim trail, providing connectivity between the paved Eastside and Westside Trails on the southernmost part of the Atlanta BeltLine loop.

Westside Trail

The 3-mile multi-use Westside Trail stitches together some of Atlanta’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods – running from Washington Park at Lena Street south to University Avenue.

Transit

  • West End MARTA Station (Red/Gold Lines)

Schools

  • Gideons Elementary
  • Parks Middle
  • Carver High School

Getting There

Pittsburgh sits between Metropolitan Parkway and the I-75/85 Connector, extending north from the Southside Interim Trail to Ralph David Abernathy Blvd and the Norfolk-Southern Railway.

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