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Effective immediately, Westmoreland Transit has secured a Park and Ride lot at the Trinity United Church of Christ located at 39 East Pittsburgh Street in Delmont.
Passengers currently parking along Greensburg Street in Delmont are urged to begin using this park and ride as a safe location to leave your vehicle. Please park in the back of the church and although spaces are not lined or paved, please take care to not take up more than one vehicle space.
Passengers must continue to board and alight from the bus at the current bus stop at the intersection of Greensburg and Pittsburgh Streets. There will be no changes made to the existing bus route.Please ask your driver for a green park and ride parking permit that should be hung on your rear-view mirror
PARK AND RIDE PASSENGERS
All Carpenter Lane Park and Ride users are reminded to park within the perimeter of the park and ride lot. We have received complaints regarding vehicles that are parked along the entrance road to Sheetz. Both lanes of that entrance must remain open at all times to safely allow for deliveries and traffic to and from Sheetz. Please note that vehicles parked in this roadway are not parked on property that is leased to Westmoreland Transit and may be ticketed or towed.
Please also be courteous to other passengers and take care to not block in other vehicles at the lot. All vehicles must be able to safely exit the lot at all times.
Thank you for your cooperation.
The Westmoreland County Transit Authority has been responsible for providing public bus service in Westmoreland County since 1978.
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