Westmoreland County Transit Authority

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Westmoreland County Transit Authority
Westmoreland Transit logo.png
Founded 1978
Headquarters 41 Bell Way
Locale Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Service area Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania
Service type Bus service
Routes 19[1]
Fleet 42
Fuel type Diesel
Compressed Natural Gas
Operator National Express Transit
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.

The service was operated by Forsythe Transportation until July 2012 when acquired by National Express Transit.[2]

Suburban Pittsburgh Routes[edit]

Weekday Routes[edit]

Flyer Routes[edit]

Local Routes[edit]

Saturday Routes[edit]

  • 4S Greensburg-Irwin-Pittsburgh: Combined Routes 4 and 6
  • 5S Jeannette Shopper: Same as Regular Route 5
  • 9S Latrobe-Derry: Combined Routes 9 and 9A
  • 14S New Ken Local: Same as Regular Route 14 (does not go to Pittsburgh Mills)
  • 16S Youngwood-Mt. Pleasant-Scottdale: Combined Routes 8, 16, and 17

Park & Ride Lots[edit]

Fleet[edit]

  • 13 MCI D4000 (Diesel)
  • 6 MCI D4500 (Diesel)
  • 6 MCI D4500 (CNG)
  • 11 28-Passenger Freightliner Defender
  • 6 28-Passenger International Defender

On Order

  • 11 24-Passenger Ford F550 CNG Buses
  • 5 32-Passenger Gillig CNG Buses

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