November 6-10


A Map and links to the bus system and to taxis will appear soon.

Pittsburgh map

Map of the Greater-Pittsburgh area, showing the two destinations of the evening bus loop, South Side and North Side, as well as Downtown having many attractions, especially during business hours.

Sections of Pittsburgh

Downtown: The historic, economic, administrative, and cultural center of the city.
East End-South: The college neighborhood of Oakland; other neighborhoods: Shadyside and Squirrel Hill. Home to many institutions, parks, residential and shopping areas.
East End-North: A center of the city's ethnic diversity. Bustling with shops and restaurants. Neighborhoods: Strip District, Lawrenceville, Bloomfield, and East Liberty.
North Side: Sports teams and the city's finest museums are here. Neighborhoods: North Shore, Allegheny, and the Mexican War Streets.
South Side: A hilly region famous for its inclines and great views of the city as well as its bar scene. Neighborhoods: Southside Flats, Mt Washington, and some considered the "West End".


Pittsburgh Light Rail System Map (the subway)

The Pittsburgh Light Rail (commonly known as “The T”) is a 26.2-mile (42.2 km) light rail system in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It functions as a subway in Downtown Pittsburgh and largely as an at-grade light rail service in the suburbs south of the city. The map is pasted, below.

The bus system map can be accessed at

Bus system map