Allegheny station (PAAC)

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Pittsburgh Light Rail (logo).svg Pittsburgh Light Rail station
Allegheny Station.jpg
LocationAllegheny Avenue and Reedsdale Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Coordinates40°26′52″N 80°01′04″W / 40.4479°N 80.0178°W / 40.4479; -80.0178Coordinates: 40°26′52″N 80°01′04″W / 40.4479°N 80.0178°W / 40.4479; -80.0178
Owned byPort Authority
Line(s)North Shore Connector
Platforms1 island platform
Structure typeelevated
Disabled accessYes
OpenedMarch 25, 2012
Passengers (2018)3,989[1] (weekday boardings)
Preceding station Port Authority of Allegheny County Following station
Terminus Blue Line
North Side
toward Library
Blue Line
South Hills Village
via Overbrook
North Side
Red Line
South Hills Village
via Beechview
Red Line
Castle Shannon
North Side

Allegheny is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's Pittsburgh Light Rail network, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The stop serves the North Shore neighborhood and other adjacent neighborhoods. Among the locations within walking distance are: Heinz Field, the Pittsburgh Steelers football stadium; Rivers Casino; the Stage AE amphitheater; Community College of Allegheny County's Allegheny Campus; and Carnegie Science Center.

This station currently acts as the northern terminus of the Pittsburgh Light Rail system, and it is most distant station of the North Shore Connector project. It also marks the beginning of the Light Rail system's six-station "Free Fare Zone" within which riders do not need to pay to ride.[2]

Bus bays are located under the elevated station.

Future developments[edit]

Although Allegheny station is currently a terminus, in the future, the Port Authority of Allegheny County plans to extend service westward toward Pittsburgh International Airport as well as northward into the North Hills area.[3]


  1. ^ "System Map Winter 2018". Port Authority.
  2. ^ "Pittsburgh Light Rail System Map". Archived from the original on April 7, 2012.
  3. ^ "North Shore Connector Briefing Information" (PDF). Port Authority. Archived from the original (PDF) on August 6, 2011.

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