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|School bus
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 31.
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* Assumed retired by 1965.
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|32-33
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|1960
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|[[GMC]]
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|School bus
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 32-33.
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|34-35
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|1957
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|School bus
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 20-21.
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|1963
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|[[GMC]]
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|School bus
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 49-50.
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* Assumed retired by 1965.
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|103
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|1946
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TD-4007|TD-4007]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 42.
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|104-105
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|1946
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TD-4007|TD-4007]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 44-45.
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|114
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|1947
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TDH-4008|TDH-4008]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 34.
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|124
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|1948
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TDH-4507|TDH-4507]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 43.
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|425
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|1950
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TDH-4509|TDH-4509]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 48.
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|483-484
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|1951
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TDH-4509|TDH-4509]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 35-36.
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|637-638
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|1950
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|[[Fitzjohn]]
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|[[Fitzjohn 310|310]] 
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 14, 13.
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|675
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|1950
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|[[Beaver Metropolitan Coach Company|Beaver]]
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|[[Beaver Metropolitan Coach Company B-35-PT|B-35-PT]] 
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 26.
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|676
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|1952
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|[[Beaver Metropolitan Coach Company|Beaver]]
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|[[Beaver Metropolitan Coach Company B-35-PT|B-35-PT]] 
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 27.
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|778
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|1947
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TDH-3207|TDH-3207]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 47.
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|779, 786
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|1946
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TD-3206|TD-3206]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 38, 37.
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|787
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|1946
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TD-3206|TD-3206]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 40.
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|810-811
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|1954
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TGH-3102|TGH-3102]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 28-29.
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|877-878
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|1948
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors TDH-3610|TDH-3610]]
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|align="left"|Ex-[[Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company]] 24-25.
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|900
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|1947
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[General Motors PDA-3703|PDA-3703]]
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|1900-1901
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|[[General Motors TDH-5104|TDH-5104]]
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Revision as of 13:45, 14 July 2019

Port Authority of Allegheny County, Port Authority Transit (or shortened to the initials PAT) is the transit agency operating in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. The agency also reaches into neighboring communities in Beaver, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland counties.

Bus fleet

Active

Buses in each series assigned to all four garages - Ross (Div. 10), Collier (Div. 24), West Mifflin (Div. 46) and East Liberty (Div. 56) - unless otherwise noted.

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
1701-1730 Port Authority of Allegheny County 1717-a.jpg 2015 Gillig Low Floor 35'
(G27B102N4)
Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.6 Assigned to Ross and Collier garages
3101-3125 Port Authority of Allegheny County 3122-a.jpg 2005 Neoplan USA AN460 Detroit Diesel Series 60 EGR Allison B500R
  • Assigned to Ross and East Liberty garages; used almost exclusively on peak hour trips
  • Retirement began in 2017.
    • 3 units remain in service as of early 2019.
3200-3260 Port Authority of Allegheny County 3214-a.jpg 2011 NFI D60LFR Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.5
3301-3340 Port Authority of Allegheny County 3311-a.jpg 2013 NFI D60LFR Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.5
  • [1]
  • Assigned to Collier, West Mifflin and East Liberty garages
3401-3425 Port Authority of Allegheny County 3401-a.jpg 2017 NFI XD60 Cummins L9 Voith D864.6
  • Assigned to Ross and East Liberty garages.
  • Includes options of 75 buses over the next 5 years.[2]
5201-5365 Port Authority of Allegheny County 5262-a.JPG 2003 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G20D102N4)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR Allison B400R
  • In process of being retired.
  • At least 84 units retired/scrapped as of May 2017.
  • 5201 (Ret.), 5203 (Ret.), 5204, 5205 (Ret.), 5231, 5234 (Ret.), 5236 (Ret.), 5329 (Ret.) & 5330 were re-powered with Cummins ISL9 engines.
  • 5247 in accident involving a telephone pole in October 2017.
5371-5376 2005 Gillig Low Floor HEV 40'
(G30D102N4)
Cummins ISB Allison EP40
Hybrid system
All units are assigned to East Liberty Garage.
5401-5460 Port Authority of Allegheny County 5423-a.JPG 2005 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G20D102N4)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR ZF 5HP592C 5401, 5402, 5430, 5439 & 5458 retired.
5501-5590 Port Authority of Allegheny County 5568-a.JPG 2006 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G21D102N4)
Cummins ISM Voith D864.3E
5600-5625 Port Authority of Allegheny County 5619-a.jpg 2009 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G21D102N4)
Cummins ISM Voith D864.5
5626-5679 2009 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins ISL Voith D864.5
5701-5720 Port Authority of Allegheny County 5711-a.jpg 2009 Gillig Low Floor HEV 40'
(G30D102N4)
Cummins ISB Allison EP40
Hybrid system
Assigned to Ross, Collier and East Liberty garages
5721-5722 2010 Gillig Low Floor HEV 40'
(G30D102N4)
Cummins ISB6.7 Allison H 40 EP
Hybrid system
Assigned to East Liberty garage
5730-5733 2011 Gillig Low Floor HEV 40'
(G30D102N4)
Cummins ISB6.7 Allison H 40 EP
Hybrid system
Assigned to Ross garage
5801-5824 Port Authority of Allegheny County 5823-a.jpg 2011 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.5
5901-5945 Port Authority of Allegheny County 5940-a.jpg 2012 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.5
6001-6060 Port Authority of Allegheny County 6047-a.jpg 2014 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.6 6011 was involved in an accident.
6101-6160 Port Authority of Allegheny County 6156-a.jpg 2015 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.6 6107 was in an accident involving a monument in July 2017.
6201-6275 Port Authority of Allegheny County 6205-a.jpg 2016 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.6 The original 6256 was damaged in transit during delivery. A replacement 6256 was built and delivered in March 2017.
6301-6370 Port Authority of Allegheny County 6360-a.jpg 2017 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins L9 Voith D864.6 Includes options of 400 additional low floor transit coaches, CNG buses, hybrid buses, and BRT-styled buses.[3]
6401-6469 2018 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins L9 Voith D864.6

On order

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

Retired

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
501-505 1996? International
Mid Bus
STV International DT 466E
1000-1049 1964 GMC TDH-4518 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH
1100-1174 1966 GMC TDH-4519 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison
1200-1249 1975 Flxible 45102-8-1 Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison
1260-1299 1978 AMG 10235B-8 Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison V730
1400-1454 1980 GMC RTS-03
(T7H-203)
Detroit Diesel 8V71T Allison V730
1500-1512 1977 Flxible 35096-6-1 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730 1500, 1502, 1503, 1505, 1506, 1509-1512 to CATA same #s in 1988.
1513-1522 1978 Flxible 35096-6-1 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
1501-1560 Port Authority of Allegheny County 1504-a.JPG 2003 Gillig Phantom 35'
(C20B102N4)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR Allison B400R
  • All units retired as of December 2016.
  • At least 2 units were believed to have been sold to Butler Transit Authority (PA).
1600-1644 1983 Neoplan USA AN435A Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-747
  • Retired & sold off circa 1995-2002.
  • Most units were bought by scrap yards.
    • NIMCO, a scrap yard in New Jersey listed some units for sale in 1995. It is unknown if any units sold.
1650-1687 1992 OBI Orion V
(05.504)
1800-1844 1965 GMC TDH-3501 GMC Toro-Flow
1901-1940 Port Authority of Allegheny County 1909-a.JPG 2000 Neoplan USA AN345/3 Detroit Diesel Series 60 Allison B500R
1910-1924 1971 GMC S8H-5303A Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison
1930-1945 1980 MCI MC-9 Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison
1950-1969 1984 TMC MC-9 Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison
  • 1960 VIN # 1TUAAH9A7ER004187
  • 1969 VIN # 1TUAAH9A8ER004196
1980-1987 1970 GMC S8H-5303A Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison
2000-2099 1964 GMC TDH-5303 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH
2000-2119 1990 OBI Orion V
(05.501)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HTB-748 2112 may have been used as a movie bus.
2100-2234 1965 GMC TDH-5303 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH
2120-2124 1990 OBI Orion V CNG
(05.501)
Cummins L10G Allison HTB-748
2200-2289 1992 OBI Orion V
(05.501)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HTB-748
2250-2264, 2300-2399 1966 GMC TDH-5303 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison
2265-2266 1967 GMC TDH-5303 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison
2290-2299 1993 OBI Orion V
(05.501)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison HTB-748
2300-2449 1993 Flxible Metro "D"
(40102-4D)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 Voith D863.3ADR
2400-2584 1971 GMC T8H-5307A Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison
2450-2594 1994-1995 Flxible Metro "E"
(40102-4D)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison V731RH
2600-2619 1975 Flxible 53102-8-1 Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison
2600-2770 Port Authority of Allegheny County 2757-a.JPG 1996 Nova Bus Classic
(TC40-102A)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison B400R
2650-2789 1978 AMG 10240B-8 Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison V730
2800-2870 1980 GMC RTS-03
(T8H-203)
Detroit Diesel 8V71T Allison V730
3000-3019 1979 AMG-MAN SG-220-16.5-2A MAN D2566 MLUM 220 hp Renk-Doromat 874A 3002, 3007 & 3009 were bought by Scott Richards/Regional Transit Service.
3020-3044 1991 Ikarus USA 436.00 Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HTB-748
  • First 436's built by Ikarus USA.
  • 3020 was an Altoona test bus from March to June 1991.
  • 3020, 3024, 3028, 3029, 3034 & 3042 had junk records noted in summer-fall 1991 for unknown reasons. This was likely in error.[4]
  • Rehabbed around the early 2000's.
  • Retired in late 2005.
  • 3022, 3026, 3035, 3038, 3044 & 1 unknown unit were spotted in Dravosburg, PA awaiting to be scrapped in summer 2006.[5]
3050-3079 1982-1983 MAN SG-310-16.5-2A MAN D2566 MLUM Renk-Doromat 874B
3051-3075 (2nd) 1998 Neoplan USA AN460 Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison B400R
3500-3864 1982-1983 Neoplan USA AN440A Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-747
  • Retired & sold off circa 1993-2002.
  • Some units that retired circa 1993-1994 were acquired by Flxible as an exchange for a financially reduced order of Flxible Metro buses. The acquired Neoplans were rebuilt and exported to Guangzhou, Guangdong in China.
  • 3500 is preserved at the Antique Motor Coach Association of Pennsylvania; acquired in March 2000.
  • A few units were bought by Harmon Brothers Charter and were spotted at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996.
  • Most units were bought by scrap yards.
    • NIMCO, a scrap yard in New Jersey listed some units for sale in 1995. It is unknown if any units sold.
3900-3959 1986 Neoplan USA AN440A Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-748
5001-5160 Port Authority of Allegheny County 5132-a.JPG 2000 Neoplan USA AN440LF Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison B500R
8506-8589 1998(?) International
Mid Bus
STV International DT 466E
8590-8599 2002 International
Mid Bus
STV International DT 466E Allison 1000 PTS
8601-8670 Port Authority of Allegheny County 8650-a.JPG 2003 International
Mid Bus
STV International DT 466E Allison 1000 PTS

Buses inherited from other Pittsburgh area operators at takeover

This list is incomplete.

Pittsburgh Railways Company

By far, the largest takeover, the Pittsburgh Railways Company was the first takeover (through eminent domain laws), which occurred on March 1, 1964. The formal acquisition, however, was tied up in the courts through litigation until 1967, due to arguments over the value of the PRC assets. At the point of takeover, the Port Authority acquired 287 streetcars (trolleys) and 219 conventional transit buses.

Due to the deteriorated shape of many of the vehicles, the Port Authority scrapped all non-GMC buses within the year of the takeover, and began the closure of a number of streetcar lines. The elimination of these buses began a standardization of the fleet, in hopes of cost savings not needing to carry parts for too many different types of vehicles.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
45-59 1951 AC&F C-31 Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 45-59.
  • Scrapped by 1965.
60-69 10/1957 Mack C-47-DT Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 60-69.
  • Scrapped by 1965.
70-83 9/1958 Mack C-47-DT Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 70-83.
  • Scrapped by 1965.
150-153, 155, 158-166, 169, 171, 175, 177, 179-181, 184-185, 188-193 1948 AC&F C-27 Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 150-153, 155, 158-166, 169, 171, 175, 177, 179-181, 184-185, 188-193.
  • Scrapped by 1965.
200-229 4-5/1952 GMC TDH-4509 Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 200-229.
230-249 1/1953 GMC TDH-4509 Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 230-249.
250-273 11/1953 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 250-273.
274-288 8/1956 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 274-288.
289-317 6/1959 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 289-317.
376-380, 382-391, 393 1949 AC&F C-27 Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 376-380, 382-391, 393.
  • Scrapped by 1965.
501-519 11/1960 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Pittsburgh Railways Company 501-519.

Austin Motor Coach

Austin Motor Coach was purchased by the Port Authority on March 25, 1964.

The route acquired included route 65H Linhart-East Pittsburgh.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
19 International School Bus Ex-Austin Motor Coach 9.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
20 1961 International School Bus Ex-Austin Motor Coach 11.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
138 1951 GMC TGH-3101 Ex-Austin Motor Coach 138.

Bacco Coach Lines

Bacco Coach Lines was purchased by the Port Authority on March 16, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 70B Wilmerding-Monroeville and 70C Wilmerding-East Pittsburgh.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
812 1950 GMC TGH-2708 Ex-Bacco Coach Lines 37.
813 1949 GMC TGH-2708 Ex-Bacco Coach Lines 100.

Bamford Coach Lines

Bamford Coach Lines was purchased by the Port Authority on July 10, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 55C Whitaker, 55D Homestead Park, 55E Brierly Lane, 55F New Homestead-Calhoun Village, 55G Terrace, 55H Duquesne, 55T Homestead-Continental Can and 55U Homestead-South Park.

No known buses were transferred/used after takeover by PAT.

Bigi Bus Company

Bigi Bus Company was purchased by the Port Authority on March 11, 1964.

The route acquired included route 41B Bridgeville via Bower Hill, 41C Bridgeville via Cedar Blvd, and 45A Heidelberg-Kane Hospital.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
324-329 1957 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Bigi Bus Company 48-53.
330-331 1958 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Bigi Bus Company 56-57.
332-334 1954 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Bigi Bus Company 62-64.
500 1960 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Bigi Bus Company 58.
520 1960 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Bigi Bus Company 59.
521-524 1962 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Bigi Bus Company 65-68.
552-553 1963 GMC TDH-4519 Ex-Bigi Bus Company 54-55.
  • Buses are air-conditioned.
319-620 1950 Fitzjohn FTG Ex-Bigi Bus Company 32-33.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
621-623 1951 Fitzjohn FTG Ex-Bigi Bus Company 34-36.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
624-625 1952 Fitzjohn FTG Ex-Bigi Bus Company 37-38.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
626-627 1953 Fitzjohn FTG Ex-Bigi Bus Company 39-40.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
628-629 1954 Fitzjohn FTD Ex-Bigi Bus Company 41-42.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
630 1956 Fitzjohn FTD Ex-Bigi Bus Company 43.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
987 1946 White 782 Ex-Bigi Bus Company 23.
  • Tow bus.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.

Brentwood Motor Coach Company

Brentwood Motor Coach Company was purchased by the Port Authority on March 4, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 41D Brookline, 46A Brentwood via Maytide Street, 46B Baldwin Manor, 46C Ruthfred Acres, 46D Curry vis Brentwood Grove, 46E East Brookline via Whited Street, 46F Baldwin Highlands, 51B Spencer Avenue, 51C Brentwood Villa, and 51D Churchview Avenue.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

Burrelli Transit Service/later Westinghouse Valley Trailways

Burrelli Transit Service was purchased by the Port Authority on March 16, 1964.

The route acquired included routes 65F East Pittsburgh-North Braddock, 65B East Pittsburgh-Crescent Hills, 65J Braddock-Forest Hills-Braddock Hills, 65C Braddock-Wilkinsburg and 79C Wilkinsburg-Maplewood.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
363-364 1953-56 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Burrelli Transit Service 105, 120.
496 1955 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Burrelli Transit Service 115.
651 1953 Fitzjohn FTG Ex-Burrelli Transit Service 100.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
766 1954 GMC TDH-3714 Ex-Burrelli Transit Service 110.
872-873 1947 GMC TDH-3610 Ex-Burrelli Transit Service 95, 65.

Carnegie Coach Lines

Carnegie Coach Lines was purchased by the Port Authority on January 31, 1965.

The routes acquired included routes 35A South Park-Baldwin-Whitehall, 35B, 35C, 35D, 35E.

No known buses were transferred/used after takeover by PAT.

Community Transit Service

Community Transit Service was purchased by the Port Authority on March 2, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes (sorted according to division):

  • Allegheny Valley Division: 1A Pittsburgh-New Kensington-Arnold via North Side, 3A Pittsburgh-New Kensington-Arnold via North Side Express, 77A Pittsburgh-Oakmont via East Liberty, 78A Pittsburgh-Oakmont via East Liberty Express, 5A Arnold-Natrona to Birdville, 5B Arnold Natrona to Tarentum, 5C Birdville-Tarentum-Allegheny-Ludlum Mill.
  • Bridgeville Division: 31D Bridgeville via Washington Avenue, 33D Bridgeville via Washington Avenue via Parkway Express, 31E Bridgeville via Main Street, 33E Bridgeville via Main Street via Parkway Express.
Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

Culmerville, Russelton and Cheswick Transit Company

Culmerville, Russelton and Cheswick Transit Company was purchased by the Port Authority on March 31, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 1B Pittsburgh-Culmerville via Saxonburg Blvd., 1C Pittsburgh-Culmerville via Middle Road, 1D Pittsburgh-Allison Park-Wildwood Road via Mt Royal Blvd., 5K Culmerville-New Kensington and 5M Culmerville-Tarentum.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Serial Numbers Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
29 1947 White School bus Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 22.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
30 1951 Dodge School bus Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 30.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
31 1947 GMC School bus Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 31.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
32-33 1960 GMC School bus Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 32-33.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
34-35 1957 GMC School bus Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 20-21.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
36-37 1963 GMC School bus Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 49-50.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
103 1946 GMC TD-4007 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 42.
104-105 1946 GMC TD-4007 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 44-45.
114 1947 GMC TDH-4008 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 34.
124 1948 GMC TDH-4507 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 43.
425 1950 GMC TDH-4509 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 48.
483-484 1951 GMC TDH-4509 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 35-36.
637-638 1950 Fitzjohn 310 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 14, 13.
675 1950 Beaver B-35-PT Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 26.
676 1952 Beaver B-35-PT Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 27.
778 1947 GMC TDH-3207 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 47.
779, 786 1946 GMC TD-3206 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 38, 37.
787 1946 GMC TD-3206 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 40.
810-811 1954 GMC TGH-3102 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 28-29.
877-878 1948 GMC TDH-3610 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 24-25.
900 1947 GMC PDA-3703 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 46.
1900-1901 1952 GMC TDH-5104 Ex-Culmerville, Russellton and Cheswick Transit Company 51-52.

Dawson Motor Coach

Dawson Motor Coach was purchased by the Port Authority on March 25, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 65E Swissvale-Braddock and 65K Braddock-Bessemer Terrace

No known buses were transferred/used after takeover by PAT.

DeBolt Lines, Inc.

Dawson Motor Coach was purchased by the Port Authority on March 25, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 51F Pittsburgh-Homestead-Duquesne via South Side, 53F Pittsburgh-Homestead-Duquesne via Parkway, 51G Pittsburgh-Mt Oliver, 55B Homestead-Homeville and 55V Homestead-Skyview Terrace-Irvin Works.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

Deere Brothers

Deere Brothers was purchased by the Port Authority on May 28, 1964.

The route acquired included route 77B Frankstown-East Liberty.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
359 1954 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Deere Brothers 68.
360 1956 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Deere Brothers 71.
361-362 1958 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Deere Brothers 72-73.
475 1947 GMC TDH-4507
538 1960 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Deere Brothers 78.
539 1961 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Deere Brothers 79.
550-551 1963 GMC TDH-4519
580 1960 GMC SDM-4501 Ex-Deere Brothers 80.
874-875 1947 GMC TDH-3610

Duquesne Motor Coach Lines

Duquesne Motor Coach Lines was purchased by the Port Authority on April 15, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 55J Duquesne-McKeesport, 55K Kennedy-Crawford, 55M Duquesne Place and 55P Duquesne-Irvin Works.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
643 1956 Fitzjohn FTD Ex-Duquesne Motor Coach Lines 53.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.

Horrell Transportation Company

Horrell Transportation Company was purchased by the Port Authority on March 24, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 6A Troy Hill Road, 11A McKnight Road, 11B Evergreen Road and 11C Perry Highway.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
15 1956 Marmon School Bus Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 29.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
351-353 1957 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 30-32.
354-355 1958 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 33-34.
525 1959 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 35.
526 1960 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 36.
527 1961 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 42.
528-530 1962 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 44-46.
544-545 1963 GMC TDH-4519 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 48-49.
879-882 1947 GMC TDH-3610 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 37-41.
883 1948 GMC TDH-3610 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 47.
1960 1962 GMC TDH-5302 Ex-Horrell Transportation Company 43.

J. M. Ferguson Bus Service

J. M. Ferguson Bus Service was purchased by the Port Authority on March 31, 1964.

The route acquired included route 20A Ben Avon Heights.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
21 1950 Superior School bus Ex-J. M. Ferguson Bus Service 1.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
22 1948 Chevrolet School bus Ex-J. M. Ferguson Bus Service 2.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
23 1955 Ford School bus Ex-J. M. Ferguson Bus Service 3.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
25 1956 White School bus Ex-J. M. Ferguson Bus Service 5.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.

McCoy Brothers

McCoy Brothers was purchased by the Port Authority on March 31, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 67E East Pittsburgh-Wilkinsburg-Pittsburgh, 65A East Pittsburgh-Monroeville and 68A Monroeville Express.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

McKeesport Transit Company/Wall Bus Line

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

New Kensington City Lines

New Kensington City Lines was purchased by the Port Authority on March 2, 1964.

The routes acquired included routes 5D Valley Camp, 5E Schafers, 5F Valley Heights, 5G Aluminum City Terrace, 5H Braeburn and 5J Marlborough Drive

No known buses were transferred/used after takeover by PAT.

Noble J. Dick Bus Lines/Mon Valley Bus Company

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

Ohio River Motor Coach Company

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

Oriole Motor Coach Lines

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

Penn Transit Company

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
95-97 1947 Mack C-41-GT Ex-Penn Transit Company 523, 526, 528.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
98 1948 Mack C-41-GT Ex-Penn Transit Company 529.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
365-366 1954 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Penn Transit Company 253-254.
367-371 1953 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Penn Transit Company 255-259.
372-374 1957 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Penn Transit Company 260-262.
375 1954 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Penn Transit Company 252.
480 1953 GMC TDH-4509 Ex-Penn Transit Company 54.
533-537 1960 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Penn Transit Company 601-605.
710-714 1951-52 GMC TDH-3612 Ex-Penn Transit Company 239-240, 250-251, 248.
788-790 1951-52 GMC TDH-3612 Ex-Penn Transit Company 249, 242, 244.
801-806 1962 GMC TDH-3102 Ex-Penn Transit Company 801-806.

Poskin Bus Lines

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

Ridge Lines

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
800, 807-808 1956 GMC TGH-3102 Ex-Ridge Lines 51-53.
809 1962 GMC TGH-3102 Ex-Ridge Lines 54.

Roger's Transit

No known buses were transferred/used after takeover by PAT.

Shafer Coach Lines

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
186, 194-199 1951 ACF C-31 Ex-Shafer Coach Lines 59, 61, 63, 64, 62, 65, 67.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
401-410 1953-57 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-Shafer Coach Lines 79-84, 87-90.
  • 408-410 Exx-?
571-572 1960 GMC TDH-4517 Ex-Shafer Coach Lines 85-86.
686-688 1952 Beaver B-35-PT Ex-Shafer Coach Lines 69-71.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.
689 1953 Beaver B-40-PT Ex-Shafer Coach Lines 72.
  • Assumed retired by 1965.

Trafford Coach Lines

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes

William Penn Motor Coach

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
400 1954 GMC TDH-4512 Ex-William Penn Motor Coach 46.
758-759 1954 GMC TDH-3714 Detroit Diesel 4-71 Ex-William Penn Motor Coach 758-759.

Light Rail fleet

Active

Fleet number Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Motors Notes
4201-4255 1985-87 Siemens SD-400 Renumbered from 4101-4155.
4301-4328 2003-04 CAF LRV

References

  1. http://www.newflyer.com/index/2012_11_20_pittsburgh_award, www.newflyer.com, retrieved on 2012-11-20
  2. Port Authority to spend $23M on 25 new buses, TribLIVE. Dated November 18, 2016, retrieved on November 2016.
  3. Performance Oversight Committee – June 16, 2016, p. 14.
  4. www.vehiclehistory.com
  5. www.pittsburghtransit.org (Ctrl+F Ikarus)

External links

Port Authority of Allegheny County