Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Helping Transit Riders

PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) — A group of local organizations has created a website to provide information about Port Authority’s service cuts and transit issues in general.

The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership and its partners put together the website when the proposed transit cuts were deeper.

The PDP’s Lucinda Beattie says the site gives people information about the current transit crisis and provides quick links to let people send a message to their state lawmakers.

For more information, visit KeepPghMoving.com

  • R. Hayes

    I can not believe the system has come to this. People have to give up healthcare for us to have bus services in our city. Healthcare is so important to people if you get sick and the cost of it so high. I don’t know what this world will be like in years to come…….All I know it is all about money and not human beings…….It really made it hard for people to get around now and the buses are so pack ……………..Please let another bus service come in or get rid of administration at Port Authority or Dan Onaroto

  • FedUp

    Sorry, folks . . . we’d really like to give some $$$ to Port Authority, but we’ve doled out all we have to the Steelers, Pirates, Penguins, Lazarus, Lord & Taylor, etc.. At least the Tunnel To Nowhere was paid by our FEDERAL tax dollars, so I feel a lot better now.

  • Shane

    I realize there is a whole bunch of you out there that are beyond frustrated with the recent cuts placed by Port Authority of Allegheny County. I can honestly say that I completely understand, because I’ve been there before. That is exactly why we here at the Pittsburgh Pony Express is offering the general public trips to and from your locations at a reduced rate that may even SAVE you money compared to your typical transit rates! Call us today at 412-366-1151 or email us at pittsburghponyexpress@gmail.com for more details and get that ride scheduled ASAP!!

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