Lyft Expands Pittsburgh Coverage Area

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Almost two months ago – I wrote a blog post about how the car service with the pink mustaches is launching in Pittsburgh.  It looks like Pittsburgh has embraced this transportation alternative. I was actually in the middle of writing a post about how Lyft is another transportation option to get from the city to […]

Lyft Launches in Pittsburgh: Can a Pink Mustache Solve Our Cab Problem?


UPDATE March 2014: If you are interested in trying Lyft – click here to get $25 in ride credit.  If you are interested in becoming a driver for Lyft – click here to apply.  I think that one of the things that keeps Pittsburgh from being competitive with other cities is transit.  Both transit to […]

Get on Board with Port Authority’s ConnectCard


Port Authority of Allegheny County has begun its transition of using ConnectCards for 10-trip, weekly, monthly, and yearly passes, as well as stored value. As a college student, intern, and part-time captive to the restaurant service industry, I have become a frequent user of public transportation here in Pittsburgh. And while I definitely find the […]

The Beginner’s Guide to Port Authority: Using the Bus


Whether you are someone who just moved to the ‘Burgh, a first year student at one of the city’s colleges or universities, just visiting for a day, or your car broke down and the bus is your last resort, here are a couple of things to know to handle your Port Authority of Allegheny County […]