TPlus – North Shore Access Points

The New Gateway T Station serves as the front door to Pittsburgh’s Golden Triangle and Cultural District.
It is surrounded by the Highmark Building, Gateway Center and refreshing green spaces. The T Station is also only one block from the newly-renovated Market Square, and a short walk to beautiful Point State Park. Despite its deep roots in Downtown Pittsburgh, the T Station in the Golden Triangle is literally the gateway to the North Shore and provides a direct connection to all its amenities.

Convenient Destinations

•  Benedum Theatre

•  Byham Theatre

•  Ft. Pitt Museum

•  Heinz Hall

•  Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown Hotel

•  Market Square

•  O’Reilly Theatre

•  Point State Park

  

North Side Station will be a huge hit with Pirates fans and daily commuters.The North Side Station is an underground structure (platform and mezzanine) with an entrance located along West General Robinson Street, beneath the existing ALCO Parking Garage. Located just outside the main entrance to “the best ballpark in baseball”, this will be the primary light-rail station for PNC Park events, as well as a secondary station for Heinz Field Events.
The station will have a capacity for 1773 riders, with additional capacity in the mezzanine levels leading up to the station platforms. 

The North Side T Station serves many of the new hot spots along the rapidly-developing North Shore including several hotels, businesses and other attractions. With parking and transit located together, it is one of two multi-modal T stops.  

Convenient Destinations

•  Andy Warhol Museum

•  Children’s Museum

•  National Aviary

•  PNC Park

 

Allegheny Station is an elevated stop for the T as it re-surfaces from beneath the Allegheny River along Art Rooney Avenue near Heinz Field and will have a capacity for 1130 riders. Located at the corner of Allegheny Ave. and Reedsdale St., the station is across from the north-west corner of Heinz Field and will be the primary light-rail station for Heinz Field events as well as various civic events throughout the year.

The TPlus isn’t just for those who frequent sporting events and entertainment facilities along the North Shore. Rather, it will serve as a main transportation link for students, workers and visitors who commute daily between Downtown Pittsburgh and the North Shore.  

Convenient Destinations

•  Art Rooney Statue

•  Carnegie Science Center

•  Heinz Field

•  Highmark SportsWorks

•  Hyatt Place

•  Mr. Rogers Statue

•  Rivers Casino

•  Stage AE