List of Bus Routes in Pittsburgh

List Of Bus Routes In Pittsburgh

The Port Authority's bus system covers Allegheny County, and its service extends into neighboring Beaver, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland counties. These counties also have their own transit systems, including several routes that run into Downtown Pittsburgh, where riders can make connections with Port Authority service.

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