FAQ

Where will the rally and march be located?

The rally and march will take place as referenced in the picture below (alternative text included), with rolling closures. For directions, use the address 301 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.

[Image of a map of the ADA Anniversary March Route. Starting at 301 Liberty Avenue, the march will make a complete route down Liberty Avenue Outbound toward 6th Street, down 6th Street toward Liberty Avenue Inbound, until finally down Liberty Avenue Inbound, ending at the start point.]

How long is the march / what if I am unable to complete the march?

The march route length is about half a mile. ACCESS will be providing emergency assistance to anyone who cannot or is unable to finish the march.

How can I get to the event / what are my transportation options?

By Bus – Bus stops are located throughout downtown.

By Bike – There is public bike parking downtown. There are also Healthy Ride stations near the rally location – Liberty Ave & Stanwix St (Station 1000) and Forbes Ave & Market Square (Station 1001).

By Subway – Get off at Gateway Center Station, and you’ll be right at the event.

By Car – Pay parking is available in nearby lots (Gateway Center Parking), and there will be a drop-off location. Check out ParkPGH.org for real-time parking information.

Where can I find information about accessibility or requesting an accommodation?

Check out our accessibility page!

Will there be seating at the march?

There will be general and reserved seating, as well as standing room. Seats in the front will be reserved for those who require ASL interpretation. There will also be reserved seating under a tent with fans for anyone who needs relief from the sun and/or heat.

Will smoking or alcohol be allowed at the event?

No. This event will be smoke and alcohol free. Please refrain from bringing these items to the rally or march. There will be no smoking and no alcohol signs posted throughout.

Can I bring my child(ren) to this event?

Yes! There will be children’s activities and crafts during the event. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Will food or drinks be provided or for purchase?

There will not be food at the event. Feel free to bring your own though! You can search for nearby accessible restaurants here or check out our list of Accessible Nearby Restaurants.

Water will be available at the event.

What important information do I need to know for the march and rally?

Event Marshals are in reflective vests and are available if you need assistance/information.
In case of emergency, contact 911, then have someone seek a Marshal — lost children, return to Childrens Activity area.
For NON-Emergencies, in addition to Marshals, you may reach Rally organizers by text (preferred) or voice at 412-407-7128 for information or direction to assistance.
Last minute updates and emergency notifications (such as dangerous weather alerts) will be announced from the stage, and on Access Mob Pgh Facebook and Twitter accounts with the hashtag #ADA27PGH