Port Authority Putting Together 25-Year Plan For Mass Transit In Allegheny CountyThe Port Authority is surveying the community and putting together a 25-year plan for mass transit in Allegheny County.
Port Authority Plans To Redistribute Service To Meet DemandThe Port Authority of Allegheny County announced Thursday a redistribution of resources this fall to better serve passengers during the pandemic.
Despite Hit From Coronavirus Pandemic, Westmoreland Co. Transit Authority Won't Increase FaresLike so many public and private sector entities, the Westmoreland County Transit Authority's bottom line took a huge hit from the pandemic.
Port Authority Of Allegheny County's 'NEXTransit' Aims To Create A 25-Year-Plan For Pittsburgh RegionThe Port Authority of Allegheny County wants your feedback on shaping the future of public transit.
Port Authority T-Line Limits Number Of Stops TemporarilyThe Light Rail T-Line will be limiting its service during nights starting tonight through Feb. 13.
Port Authority To Hold Meetings Discussing Pittsburgh's Public TransitThe Port Authority wants your input to help shape the future of public transit in the region.
Port Authority Will No Longer Accept Medicare Cards From SeniorsThe Port Authority will no longer accept seniors' Medicare cards to ride public transit for free.
Myers Coach Lines To Cease Service To ButlerA commuter service that allowed Butler County residents to get from Butler into Downtown Pittsburgh is going away next week.
Port Authority Launching New Site For ConnectCard UsersStarting next week, ConnectCard users will be able to reload their cards online.
Travel On A Budget This Labor Day WeekendHere are some helpful tips to keep costs down while enjoying a safe and enjoyable trip over the Labor Day weekend.
Rally To Be Held To Push For Long-Term Transit FixThere is a push by local business and community leaders to come up with a long-term solution to public transportation in Pittsburgh.
Port Authority Looking To Hire Bus DriversWanted: Bus drivers for the Port Authority -- decent pay, reasonable benefits -- but a high risk that you might be laid off later this year.
Local Groups Head To Harrisburg To Protest Budget CutsA group of local faith, community and labor leaders are headed to Harrisburg to protest the governor's budget cuts, which they say are killing the community.
Pittsburgh Ranked 24th In Another Nationwide Category
New Plan Could Avert Port Authority Service Cuts