Washington City Transit

Washington City Transit is a public transit agency. Washington City Transit’s “Metro” bus serves Canonsburg Borough six days a week.

Weekdays (Monday through Friday) there are 10 northbound Metro trips from Downtown Washington, through Canonsburg Borough along Pike Street, to Downtown Pittsburgh.

Weekdays (Monday through Friday) there are also 10 weekday southbound Metro trips from Downtown Pittsburgh, through Canonsburg Borough along Pike Street, to Downtown Washington. Each of the 10 southbound trips, after leaving Canonsburg, continues along Pike Street through Houston Borough and a portion of Chartiers Township, turns onto Racetrack Road, then turns onto Route 19, and passes through Trinity Pointe shopping center on the way to Downtown Washington.

Washington City Transit also operates limited Metro bus service on Saturdays, consisting of 6 trips between Downtown Washington and the South Hills Village “T” Station. Each of those 6 Saturday bus trips also passes through Canonsburg Borough along Pike Street.

The Washington City Transit fare from Canonsburg to Downtown Pittsburgh or the South Hills “T” Station is currently $3.50 one way. The fare from Canonsburg to Washington is currently $2.50 one way. Multi-trip tickets are available at a discounted price.

Transfers are available between Washington City Transit and the Freedom Line. Transfers are also available between Metro bus and the Washington City Transit “Hopper” bus. The Washington City Transit “Hopper” bus provides service to The Washington Hospital, Washington Park, Washington Crown Center Mall, and other shopping centers.

For full schedule and fare information visit the Washington City Transit Website.

Bus Stops In Canonsburg:

Coming from Pittsburgh/I-79 Exit towards Washington:

1) On Adams Avenue at intersection with College Street – using utility pole near the Dollar General parking lot

2) On East Pike Street, just before the intersection with Greenside Avenue – below the “Stop Here on Red” sign

3) On East Pike Street, just before the intersection with Central Avenue- below the “Stop Here on Red” sign in front of Citizen’s Bank

4) On West Pike Street, just before the intersection with Hutchinson – using utility pole near the intersection across from St. Patrick’s

Coming from Washington towards Pittsburgh:

1) On West Pike near Strabane Avenue – using utility pole which holds a “Hospital” sign

2) On West Pike Street near St. Patrick’s Church – using a utility pole

3) On West Pike Street, just before the intersection with Jefferson – below a “Stop Here on Red” sign

4) On West Pike Street, just before the intersection with Central – below a “Stop Here on Red” sign in front of the Colazzio Insurance offices

5) On East Pike Street, just before Greenside – using a “Stop Here on Red” sign near the Canonsburg Borough Building.