In case you didn’t know, it’s FREE to ride Pittsburgh’s subway, otherwise known as the “T”, within the Golden Triangle. Stops include Wood Street, US Steel Tower and First Avenue. Gateway center is currently closed due to construction.
Bus transportation is also free in the Golden Triangle until 7pm every day. The limits of this zone are bounded by Ross St., 11th St., and the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers.
It also may be a viable alternative to driving into the city for those living in the South Hills if you factor in vehicle wear and tear, time spent in traffic, and gas costs. Check the Port Authority’s website for routes and fares.
Come Downtown on a Sunday and take advantage of free street parking as well.
Kids under six ride free, and children ages six through 11 are half price (rounded to the lowest 5 cents).