The T on the rail tracks coming out of a tunnel, approaching the Mt. Lebanon stop.

Roads & Transportation

Public Transportation

Pittsburgh Regional Transit serves Mt. Lebanon with direct and indirect routes to Downtown, Oakland, the North Shore, the South Side and other top destinations for work, socializing, sporting events or cultural activities.

The T pulling into the Mt. Lebanon station with a group of people walking towards it to get on. The sign at the stop reads "To Pittsburgh" and on the trolley it reads "Red Line."

We are fortunate in Mt. Lebanon to be located along several stops on the light rail’s red line. Our biggest stop is the Mt. Lebanon Station, on Shady Drive East. It is accessible from Washington Road by taking the stairs near East End Brewery to Parse Way, then taking the stairs or elevator down to the platform.

PRT’s bus line in Mt. Lebanon includes the 36 “Banksville,” 38 “Green Tree” and 41 “Bower Hill.” See the interactive map.

ACCESS is a coordinated, shared-ride paratransit service, which has been providing door-to-door, advanced reservation transportation in Allegheny County since 1979. ACCESS is open to the general public but primarily serves people with disabilities, clients of human service agencies and people aged 65 and over.