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



Advocating for a more accessibility-friendly business district, Oakland For All: Beyond Accessible is a collaborative program driven by Oakland stakeholders, nonprofit organizations, local and state government offices, as well as community advocates. Financial support for the program is donated in part by the FISA Foundation, Oakland Transportation Management Association, Oakland Business Improvement District and various private donors.

Oakland For All: Beyond Accessible Partners include:

  • Oakland stakeholders
  • Oakland-based & regional community advocates
  • Accessible Oakland
  • Bellefield Area Citizens Association
  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
  • Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
  • City of Pittsburgh
  • Consumer Health Coalition
  • Oakland Business Improvement District
  • Oakland Task Force
  • Oakland Transportation Management Association
  • Office of PA Senator Jay Costa
  • Office of U.S. Congressman Mike Doyle
  • Offices of Pittsburgh Councilmen Bruce Kraus, Dan Gilman, Daniel Lavelle
  • pathVu
  • Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • UPMC

Mission Statement

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


  • Be an advocate for the creation of user friendly buildings, commercial establishments, public spaces and communities
  • Raise the public’s awareness of accessibility in our society – thinking ADA and beyond
  • Help improve the quality of lives of people with disabilities
  • Eliminate barriers faced by people with disabilities at Oakland’s business establishments
  • Transform Oakland into a model community that can be replicated in the greater Pittsburgh area and potentially throughout the country

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2018 Ramp Crawl


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