PRT works with communities through the Station Improvement Program (SIP) to make upgrades to existing and new stations on busways and light rail. 

 These investments usually start with a detailed Station Area Plan (SAP) and may include recommendations for potential Transit Oriented Development (TOD) on PRT property or in areas adjacent to transit stations. Station Area Plans involve significant public involvement to establish a community-supported vision for investments and conceptual design. After this point, Planning and Engineering staff partner to seek funding and take projects to 100% design and initiate construction. 


Station Evaluation Process 

Stations are prioritized for investments through PRT’s Station Evaluation document that is updated at regular intervals. Staff are currently updating the 2018 Station Evaluation to better integrate equity and sustainability considerations. 



Building on the East Busway (BOTEB) is a unique opportunity to add new stations on the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway, develop station area plans for these potential new stations, and redesign the existing Wilkinsburg Station and park and ride. This effort is part of the PRT’s larger Investing in the East Busway Initiative. 

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Belasco Station        

Carnegie Station (includes TOD)        

Dormont Junction Station (includes TOD)        

Hamnett Station (includes TOD)        

Herron Station        

South Hills Junction Station (includes TOD)        

Station Square Station and Monongahela Incline