OTMA is a key partner in improvement projects affecting traffic, pedestrian and vehicle safety, and quality life in the Oakland community. Acting as the liaison between the community, funders, and state and local transportation planners, OTMA represents the community viewpoint during the design/planning phases for transportation construction projects and public transit initiatives.

Visit the Current Projects page for information on ongoing projects.

As we continue to work closely with regional and statewide planning organizations like Southwestern Planning Commission (SPC), PennDOT, and City of Pittsburgh's Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, our community connections continue to expand. We are excited for new collaborations and productive relationships to help us work toward a brighter future for the neighborhood we call home.

We work with a wide range of community partners and other stakeholders including:

  • West Oakland, Central Oakland, South Oakland, and North Oakland residential committees
  • Registered Community Organizations: Oakland Planning and Development Corporation, Oakland Business Improvement District, Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition
  • Oakland Task Force
  • Oakland For All: Beyond Accessible stakeholder advisory group
  • Construction Coordination Task Force
  • Insitutional Stakeholders: University of Pittsburgh, Carneige Mellon University, Carlow University, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) (Find links to each Insitutional Master Plans here)
  • Public Transportation Agencies: Port Authority of Allegheny County, Westmoreland Transit
  • Transportation Management Associations: Airport Corridor Transportation Association, Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership
  • City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure
  • Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission
  • Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission committees: TDM Regional Partners Committee, Technical Transportation Committee, Transit Operators Committee, and Active Transportation Working in Communities Committee
  • PennDOT