There are several agencies that offer shared-cost transportation services to individuals who qualify.
ACCESS 65 Plus and ACCESS ADA Program
412-562-5353 or TDD 1-800-654-5984
ACCESS is door-to-door, shared-cost, advance reservation, shared-ride transportation provided throughout Port Authority's service area. It serves primarily senior citizens and persons with disabilities. There are no restrictions on the purpose or number of trips which may be taken by riders, except that riders are required to share their vehicle with others traveling in the same direction and at the same time.
Free Bus Passes for Senior Citizens
The Port Authority allows Allegheny County residents, 65 years of age and older, to ride free on fixed-routes using local public transportation (buses, trolleys and rapid-transit lines). Participants must obtain identification cards, which are available free of charge, from participating transportation providers.
Find locations where older adults can register for a free transit pass on the Port Authority website.
Bus pass program for those who receive mental health and/or drug and alcohol services and meet requirements.
Assists persons interested in ride-sharing find the option that best meets their needs.
Provides free, non-emergency medical transportation to residents of Allegheny County who have a valid Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Medical Assistance Card.
Shared-cost transportation for medical appointments, grocery shopping, senior center activities and other needs throughout Allegheny County is available to adults 60 years of age and older who live in Allegheny County.
Paying for OPT
Scheduling a Ride on OPT
Public transportation throughout Allegheny County. Help to plan a trip using public transportation
Braddock-based nonprofit Heritage Community Initiatives provides FREE transportation service that assists workers in the Mon Valley communities of Braddock, Jefferson, McKeesport, North Versailles, Port Vue, Rankin and Swissvale.