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Service Adjustments

Service for 22 Port Authority bus routes was adjusted on Sunday, August 31. To view new schedules, please click on the route name below.

The next regular service adjustments will take place in November 2014.
  • 8 Perrysville: Routing and stops in Downtown Pittsburgh have changed due to the closure of eastbound Penn Avenue for a bike lane. The route now uses 9th Street, westbound Penn Avenue and 7th Street. Trip times have been adjusted.
  • 19L Emsworth Limited: Outbound trips no longer stop at Washington Place at Centre Avenue. Instead, trips now begin at Chatham Street at Centre Avenue.
  • 31 Bridgeville: The entire weekday schedule has been adjusted to help balance passenger loads between trips.
  • 36 Banksville: The schedule has been adjusted to help improve on-time performance.
  • 39 Brookline: On weekday afternoons, two extra outbound trips have been added to address overcrowding. Trip times were adjusted for both weekday and Saturday service.
  • 48 Arlington: The entire schedule has been adjusted to provide better spacing of trip times with the 51 Carrick.
  • 51 Carrick: Service now operates more frequently during weekday morning and afternoon peak periods to help address overcrowding. An earlier first trip has been added on Sundays. Trip times were adjusted throughout the week.
  • 51L Carrick Limited: Extra morning and afternoon trips were added to help address overcrowding on this route as well as the 51 Carrick.
  • 59 Mon Valley: The last three trips of the night have been extended to North Versailles Wal-Mart. Additionally, all trips now serve the bus shelter in the Century III Mall parking lot.
  • 61A North Braddock: Weekday midday service has increased from every 30 minutes to every 20 minutes to help address overcrowding. Service frequency has also been increased throughout much of the weekend. On Sundays, an earlier first trip was added in the morning and a later last trip was added at night. Trip times were adjusted.
  • 61B Braddock-Swissvale: Weekday midday service has increased from every 30 minutes to every 20 minutes to help address overcrowding. Service frequency has also been increased throughout much of the weekend. Trip times were adjusted.
  • 61C McKeesport-Homestead: Weekday midday service has increased from every 30 minutes to every 20 minutes to help address overcrowding. Service frequency has also been increased throughout much of the day on weekends, and an earlier first trip was added on Sundays. Trip times were adjusted.
  • 61D Murray: Weekday midday service has increased from every 30 minutes to every 20 minutes to help address overcrowding. Service frequency has also been increased throughout much of the day on weekends. Trip times were adjusted.
  • 64 Lawrenceville-Waterfront: Weekday and Sunday trip times have been adjusted in order to provide better spacing of trip times with the new 61D Murray schedule.
  • 71B Highland Park: Due to the extension of 75 Ellsworth to the Waterworks shopping plaza, the 71B route was shortened to end in Highland Park at Bunker Hill and N. Saint Clair streets. Service from Highland Park to Waterworks is available by taking the 75 from Stanton Avenue.
  • 75 Ellsworth: Most trips have been extended beyond Bakery Square to Larimer, Morningside, Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, Aspinwall and the Waterworks shopping plaza. Service to the Zoo, Aspinwall and Waterworks will no longer be provided on the 71B Highland Park as this service shifts to the 75. This increases weekday service to the Waterworks as not all current. This shift also provides a one-seat ride from Morningside and Larimer to Shadyside, Oakland and SouthSide Works. Additional trips have been added to the 75 schedule and trip times were adjusted.
  • 93 Lawrenceville-Oakland: The route has been extended to serve Greenfield, Hazelwood and Glen Hazel, and renamed 93 Lawrenceville-Hazelwood, providing a one-seat ride from these neighborhoods to Schenley Park, Oakland, UPMC Children’s Hospital and Lawrenceville. Routing through Oakland has been changed to use Fifth Avenue in both directions. The entire schedule was adjusted.
  • O1 Ross Flyer: Routing and stops in Downtown Pittsburgh have changed due to the upcoming closure of eastbound Penn Avenue for a bike lane. The O1 now follows the O12 McKnight Flyer’s routing using Stanwix Street, Liberty Avenue and Seventh Avenue to Veterans Bridge. Trip times were adjusted.
  • Y1 Large Flyer: Weekday peak trip times were adjusted to provide better spacing with the Y46.
  • Y46 Elizabeth Flyer: Weekday peak trip times were adjusted to provide better spacing with the Y1. A new, earlier first trip was added on weekdays due to demand.
For more information, please contact Customer Service at 412-442-2000 (TTY 412-231-7007).

 

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