Services to get you where you need to go
Point Park students, faculty and staff have a variety of transportation services at the doorstep of our Downtown campus, including the University's own shuttle fleet and an extensive regional mass transit system, along with Pittsburgh International Airport.
Whether you live in a Point Park residence hall or commute to campus, a wealth of transportation options can get you where you need to go!
Point Park Shuttles
Efficient and Courteous Service
Point Park University offers the following transportation services for students, faculty, staff, and guests:
Valid Point Park ID Needed
Riders must have approved identification to use the University's transportation services. Acceptable identification includes a student ID, employee ID or temporary ticket issued by Point Park. For insurance reasons, guests can ride shuttles only when issued temporary ID related to University-sponsored events.
Point Park offers shuttles to the University's performing arts center (the Pittsburgh Playhouse) located in Oakland, a short shuttle ride from the Downtown campus. Review the Playhouse shuttle schedule which is updated each semester.
Shuttle destinations are indicated by colored flags near the driver-side window, as shown in the photos at right.
- Playhouse - Black
- Special - Pink
- Athletics - Green
Questions about Point Park transportation? Contact us!
Director, Transportation and Administrative Services
Physical Plant, Point Park University 101 Wood Street, 3rd Floor
Especially for Commuters
The University's comprehensive commuter resources include information on Port Authority bus schedules and passes, Downtown parking locations and discounts, campus lockers and more.
Pittsburgh International Airport
More than 10 million travelers per year pass through Pittsburgh International Airport, which is served by 13 air carriers offering about 191 non-stop flights per day to 49 destinations. For full information about flights, schedules, carriers and more, visit the FlyPittsburgh Web site.
Photos by Andrew Weier