Less Road Time, More Live Time

What if you didn’t have to sit in traffic? We grant your wish true. With one of the lowest travel-to-work times, our transportation system is built for the excess capacity. Getting around the Pittsburgh region is easy, and you won’t pump your brakes (that goes for driving a car or riding a bike) in traffic. Public transportation and ride shares operating under strict COVID-19 protocols and adjusted schedules provide safe and reliable movement across our region.

Visiting family or friends out of town is simple, too, with the acclaimed Pittsburgh International Airport (One of the World’s Most Innovative Companies, Fast Company) highlighting the options.

Commute Time

26.8 Minutes

Pittsburgh Metro Area (Census American Community Survey)

23.7 Minutes

City of Pittsburgh (Census American Community Survey)

45.7%

transit users commute under 30 minutes (Moovit Public Transit)

How to get Around

Walk
  • 63 Average Walk Score (Walkscore)
  • 31% of residents bike, walk or ride public transit to get to work
Bike
Photo Credit: The Incline
Public Transportation
Regional Bus Network
  • Travel downtown from outside the urban core with service and park-and-ride options from Beaver County Transit Authority, Westmoreland Transit, Mid Mon Valley Transit, New Castle Area Transit Authority, Butler Transit Authority, Freedom Transit
  • Get Your Personalized Regional Transit Options Here
Pittsburgh International Airport
  • One of the World’s Most Innovative Companies (Fast Company)
  • Airport of the Year 2019 (Air Transit World)
  • Less than 90-minute flight from 50% of North America’s population
  • Flights to 50+ non-stop destinations
  • Get in the Air: Visit PIT for More
Photo Credit: Uber
Share a Ride
  • The Local Necessities: Uber, Lyft, and more
  • The National Network: Greyhound, Megabus and Flixbus all maintain stations in Pittsburgh
  • The Moped Riders: Scoobi offers on-demand electric mopeds
  • The Bikers: HealthyRide bike share system comprises 110+ stations and 650 bikes

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