The Butler Transit Authority will be modifying its commuter bus routes beginning January 28, 2019.
The changes include stop location adjustments in Pittsburgh. All BTA commuter routes will stop at the following locations in Pittsburgh:
Morning drop offs include:
o Downtown Pittsburgh: Strawberry Way/Steel Tower
o Penn Station at the East Busway
Afternoon/Evening Pickups include:
o East Busway (Section D) (see directions page)
Due to these changes, schedule times have been adjusted slightly. Unfortunately, BTA will no longer be servicing the North Shore stops (North Side T-Station or the Allegheny T-Station). Passengers wishing to reach the North Shore as their final destination will disembark the bus at 7th & Grant Street. Passengers can then proceed to the Steel Plaza Rail Station to take the free light rail T to the North Shore.
In addition to the Pittsburgh stop changes, BTA will also be offering an additional morning trip from Pittsburgh to Butler on Route 3 and an additional afternoon trip from Butler to Pittsburgh on Route 4. Route 5 will no longer be operating.
The changes made have been in response to feedback BTA has received from the community and passengers.
BTA offers coach buses with free WIFI, USB charging ports, free park n rides, real time bus tracking technology, mobile ticketing and fares starting at just $3.87 per trip.
Commuter Schedule PDF
- Beginning January 28th