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Hours and Fares
Monday through Saturday:
5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Sundays and Holidays:
7:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Cash fares as well as Port Authority bus passes and tickets are accepted as payment.

Contact Information
Parking:
1197 West Carson St.
Pittsburgh, PA.  15219

Phone Number: 412.381.1665
Fax: 412.381.1943
Mailing Address
and Wheelchair Acessibility:
1220 Grandview Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA.  15211

Open 365 Days a Year

Hours:

Monday through Saturday:
5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Sundays and Holidays:
7:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.


FARES:

Adults (Ages 12-64) $2.50 Each Way or $5.00 Round Trip
Children (Ages 6-11) $1.25 Each Way or $2.50 Round Trip

Children 5 and Under Free
PA Seniors 65 and older with Medicare card or Port Authority Senior Citizen ID (no exceptions) Free*
University of Pittsburgh Students Free, with proper I.D.
Carnegie Mellon Students Free, with proper I.D.
Chatham University Students Free, with proper I.D.


GROUP RATES:

Group Rates are Valid for Any Group of Ten or More People
Adults (Ages 12-64) $1.75 Each Way or $3.50 Round Trip
Children (Ages 6-11) $1.00 Each Way or $1.75 Round Trip


Cash fares as well as Port Authority bus passes and tickets are accepted as payment.  Bus transfers can be purchased at the Incline.

Wheelchair accessibility is via the Upper Station located 1220 Grandview Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. 15211.

* Senior Citizens age 65 or over who present a PA Senior Citizen ID Card (not a State issued driver's licesnse)
OR Medicare Card at the time of fare payment are entitiled to ride for free on the bus, T, Mon Incline and DUQUESNE INCLINE. The PA Department of Transportation's free transit program for Senior Citizens (paid by proceeds from the PA Lottery) sponsors this program and reimburses Port Authority for all senior rides. THE DUQUESNE INCLINE MUST ADHERE TO THIS STATE/COUNTY POLICY