Through the Bus and Rail Shelter Program, we assess existing shelters at bus and light rail stops in need of improvement and works to install brand new shelters.
We also partner with communities and property owners to identify opportunities for the placement of new shelters.
While the availability of resources, space and property control limitations prevent many stops from being a candidate for the program, our goal is to improve rider amenities where possible.
The shelters at the following 10 light rail stops will be removed beginning in March, 2022 and replaced with new shelters in April, 2022.
|Location||Line||Municipality||Stop ID #||Direction|
|South Park Road||Silver||Bethel Park||99933||Inbound|
|Logan Road||Silver||Bethel Park||99960||Inbound|
|King School Road||Silver||Bethel Park||99962||Inbound|
|West Library||Silver||Bethel Park||99921||Inbound|
The following bus stops will receive new shelters in early April, 2022.
|Location||Municipality||Stop ID #||Direction|
|Bessemer Ave at Grandview Ave||East Pittsburgh||7035||Inbound|
|Lysle Blvd opp Coursin St||McKeesport||9917||Inbound|
|Lysle Blvd opp Evans St||McKeesport||9915||Inbound/Outbound|
Bus and Rail Shelter Program Archive
View an archive of the shelters that have previously been added or replaced as part of the Bus and Rail Shelter Program.
If you are a property owner and would like to work with us to have a bus shelter placed on your property, or if you are a rider with a suggestion for the placement of a new bus shelter, please contact us.
We also encourage you to contact us if you have concerns about the condition of your bus or rail shelter.