How can Move PGH work for you?

Move PGH unites diverse mobility services and created to provide Pittsburghers with more choices to get everywhere you need and want to go. Think of it as your one-stop-shop for all your transportation needs in the City of Pittsburgh. In coordination with the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) and powered by a group of the city's premiere mobility operators dubbed the Pittsburgh Mobility Collective, Move PGH will create a streamlined and accessible experience for car-free urban mobility.

We’re introducing new and easy-to-use services to compliment Pittsburgh's existing options, all will be available to use within the Transit App:

  • Public Transit
  • Bike-share
  • Scooters
  • Mopeds
  • Car-share
  • Carpool matching
  • More to come!

Easily find these modes at "Mobility Hubs" placed throughout the city. Mobility Hubs are intended to be an extension of the existing transportation system and their location is designed to provide additional access to the existing mobility network as well as independent access to a range of nearby destinations.

With the flexibility of all these on-demand transportation options, Move PGH can make getting around the city without a car smooth and stress-free.

Which of these modes are most important to you? Which would you like to see more of in your neighborhood? How can Move PGH work for you? Let us know by completing this short survey!

Examples of how Move PGH can be used for all of your different needs

With the Transit app, you can plan out your trips using each Move PGH service: Drop off the kids using transit, get to work using a carpool, make it to lunch using a scooter, run some errands using carshare, and finish the day with a leisurely bike ride!

Mobility Hubs

A Mobility Hub is a physical location that combines various mobility services in public spaces that are easily accessible to the surrounding community. A hub can be as small as a parking space with just a couple of mobility options, or could offer several services such as scooters, car-share, and mass transit.

Linking shared mobility services can improve the flexibility and coverage of public transport in general, ultimately making it easier to live without a car. A hub that offers micro-mobility vehicles such as scooters or bike-share can provide a short trip connecting to or from transit, known as the "first/last mile". Or if you need a set of wheels to run some quick errands, a hub hosting a car-share could be quickly and cheaply rented for short spans of time.

Corridors for mobility hubs were selected after a city-wide analysis considering population, equity, and transportation access, and have been designed to bolster and expand access to the existing transit system. Specific sites have been selected by community groups in collaboration with DOMI, Spin, Port Authority, and others.

Over the next two years, DOMI will install 50 hubs throughout the city, guaranteeing a proportional distribution amongst city residents. For input on how a mobility hub takes place in your neighborhood, complete the Move PGH survey today!