Transportation

Commuting Around Pittsburgh

Find information about free and reduced-rate transportation available in Allegheny County.

Everyone

Big Burgh
The Big Burgh is a mobile-optimized web site that pulls together the services that can help the homeless (or those at risk of being homeless) in the City of Pittsburgh.


Bus, Mon Incline and T Rides

The current bus schedule for all routes can be found at the Port Authority.  A full bus map can be found HERE.


Healthy Ride Bikes

Healthy Ride Bike kiosks are available in dozens of spots around the city at a rate of approximately $2/30 minutes.


University Shuttles

Students of the University of PittsburghChatham, and Carnegie Mellon can ride their respective university shuttle for free when they present their ID card.


Uber/Lyft

Uber and Lyft services are available in Pittsburgh and cross-town rates start at $15-20 and airport transfers begin at $30-40.


Zipcar

Zipcar is available in Pittsburgh to rent a car anywhere from $10/hr or $74/day.

Adults (65 Years and Older)

Free Bus, Mon Incline and T Rides

The current bus schedule for all routes can be found at the Port Authority.  A full bus map can be found HERE.

  • If you are able to ride public transportation, you can do it for free.
  • You must obtain a free ID card.

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ACCESS 65 Plus
412-562-5353 or TTY 800-654-5984 to get an application.

  • Visit a Senior Center to sign up.
  • There are no limits on location (within 1.5 miles of Allegheny County) or usage.
  • Riders pay a fee.

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Older Persons Transportation (OPT)
412-350-5460

  • Visit a Senior Center to sign up.
  • Persons 60 through 64 years have some medical travel privileges.
  • Limits on locations and usage.
  • Riders pay a fee.

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Persons with Disabilities

Half-Price Bus, Mon Incline and T Rides

The current bus schedule for all routes can be found at the Port Authority.  A full bus map can be found HERE.

  • If you are able to ride public transportation, you can do so for half price.
  • You must obtain a free pass card.

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ACCESS ADA Program
412-562-5353 or TTY 800-654-5984

  • If you are unable to ride public transportation, you may qualify for ACCESS ADA.
  • No limits on location (within 1.5 miles of Allegheny County) or usage.
  • Riders pay a fee.

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Mental Health (MH)/Drug and Alcohol (D&A)

  • If you qualify, ask your support coordinator.
  • Riders of this public transportation service must be receiving MH or D&A services through a participating agency.
  • Riders pay a fee.

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Persons Receiving Medical Assistance

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
888-547-6287

  • If you need to go to a routine medical appointment or buy your prescription drugs, you can use this free service.

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Workers Living in Mon Valley

Heritage Community Initiatives
412-351-2200

  • If you live in the community of McKeesport, Port Vue, East Pittsburgh, Turtle Creek or Clairton, you can get discounted transportation to a Port Authority bus route.

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