The Port Authority is expanding its bus tracking system.
Pittsburgh is one of four cities getting a special grant from the Rockefeller Foundation. It’s aimed at bringing faster bus service between two parts of the city.
If you’re using the trolley or buses this weekend, be ready for some delays.
If you take the bus or T to work, you might want to check your schedule before heading out the door.
Allegheny County Council is looking to divert $5 million in excess drink tax collections to help out the Port Authority.
While the Port Authority has slashed service by 15 percent, another bus company is expanding its service from Pittsburgh.
Despite last-minute pleas for more negotiation time, the Port Authority is now set to put in place drastic cuts to bus service beginning on Sunday.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Commuters coming into Pittsburgh Monday morning got their first experience with new Port Authority service rates. The new fares are for all bus routes, the Mon Incline and T service. The Zone […]