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Westmoreland County Transit Authority

Westmoreland County Transit Authority
Founded 1978
Headquarters 41 Bell Way
Locale Greensburg, PA
Service area Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania
Service type bus service
Routes 19[1]
Fleet 35
Fuel type Ultra-low-sulfur diesel
Gasoline hybrid
Website westmorelandtransit.com

The Westmoreland County Transit Authority (WCTA) is the operator of mass transportation in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Using 35 buses, a total of 18 routes are operated, the majority of which serve the urbanized corridor that makes up the western portion of the county. Bus routes in this area are designed to provide access for suburban commuters to Downtown Pittsburgh, as well as transportation for both workers and shoppers to the large suburbs of Greensburg and New Kensington, Pennsylvania the most prominent entities in the county's boundaries. Rural eastern bus routes allow for commutes to Greensburg and also provide service to the city of Johnstown in neighboring Cambria County.

Suburban Pittsburgh Routes

  • 1F Greensburg-Pittsburgh Flyer: Greensburg, Hempfield, Irwin, North Huntington to Downtown Pittsburgh (weekday rush hour)
  • 2F Latrobe-Pittsburgh Flyer: Latrobe, Greensburg, Delmont, Export, Murrysville to Downtown Pittsburgh (weekday rush hour)
  • 3F Mount Pleasant-Pittsburgh Flyer: Mount Pleasant, Youngwood, Irwin, North Huntington, Downtown Pittsburgh (weekday rush hour)
  • 4/4S Greensburg-Pittsburgh: Greensburg, Hempfield, Irwin, North Huntington to Wilkinsburg, Squirrel Hill, Oakland, Downtown Pittsburgh (Mon-Sat)
  • 5/5S Greensburg-Jeannette: Greensburg, Hempfield, Jeannette (Mon-Sat)
  • 6 Greensburg-Irwin: Greensburg, Jeanette, Manor, Westmoreland City, Irwin, North Huntington (weekdays)
  • 8 Greensburg-Youngwood-New Stanton: Greensburg, South Greensburg, Youngwood, WCCC Campus, New Stanton, Westmoreland Technology Park, Mount Pleasant (weekdays)
  • 9/9S Greensburg-Latrobe: Greensburg, Hempfield, St. Vincent College Campus, Latrobe (Mon-Sat)
  • 12 Greensburg-New Kensington: Greensburg, Hempfield, Salem, Delmont, Murrysville, Lower Burrell, New Kensington (weekdays)
  • 14/14S New Kensington Local: New Kensington, Arnold, Lower Burrell (Mon-Sat)
  • 14J New Kensington-Penn State-Pittsburgh Mills: New Kensington, Penn State Allegheny Campus, Pittsburgh Mills Mall (weekdays)
  • 14F New Kensington-Pittsburgh Flyer: Vandergrift, Lower Burrell, New Kensington to Downtown Pittsburgh (weekday rush hour)
  • 15 Avonmore-New Kensington: Avonmore, Vandergrift, East Vandergrift, Lower Burrell, New Kensington (weekdays)
  • 16/16S Greensburg-Mount Pleasant: Greensburg, Pitt-Greensburg Campus, Mount Pleasant (Mon-Sat)
  • 18F Irwin-Greensburg Flyer: Irwin, Westmoreland City, Manor, Jeanette, Greensburg (weekday rush hour)

Rural Routes

  • 9A/9AS Latrobe-Derry: Latrobe, Derry (Mon-Sat)
  • 11 Johnstown-Latrobe: Latrobe, Ligonier, New Florence, Seward, Johnstown (weekdays)
  • 17 Scottdale Local: Scottdale, Mount Pleasant (weekdays)
  • 20F East Flyer: New Florence, Ligonier, Derry, Latrobe, Hempfield, Greensburg (weekday rush hour)

Park & Ride Lots

Fleet

  • 13: MCI D4000*
  • 3: International AreoElite
  • 16: Champion Defender Freightliner
  • 9: MCI
  • 2: Azure Hybrid

References

  1. ^ WCTA Schedules

External links

  • westmorelandtransit.com


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