Get Involved!

Become a PPT Member!

PPT memberships start at the price of a cash bus fare, $2.75, and comes with a PPT button for you to show your pride. $30 and $50 memberships come with a button and T-shirt, so specify your size at checkout.

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Come to one of our monthly meetings

Our meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm at 1 Smithfield Street (Pittsburgh Health and Human Services Building) downtown. If you have any questions, please send an email to To find the best way to get to our meetings using public transit, check out Port Authority’s Trip Planner and download the Transit app for real time bus information!

PPT Members at Monthly Meeting

Volunteer with our campaigns

You can reach out to Laura Wiens at (703) 424-0854 or email at for more information on getting involved!

Subscribe to our newsletter and connect with us on social media

Drop us a line with your name and email address for newsletters and updates from PPT– just send it to Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @pgh4pubtransit.

Sign up to speak at a Port Authority board meeting and tell elected officials how important public transit is to you!

You can sign up to speak at a Port Authority Board Meeting here, and find your state elected officials to tell them why bus lines are your lifeline here.

Make a tax deductible donation to support grassroots organizing for transit

PPT is a truly grassroots organization. 100% of donations we receive at this website will go directly into our advocacy work to protect, expand, and improve our public transit system. Let’s continue to work together to ensure our public transportation systems are inclusive, equitable, and sustainable. PPT is a project of the Thomas Merton Center, a 501c3 organizaiton that acts as our fiscal sponsor. Visit their Paypal below to give your tax-deductible donation to PPT:


Or you can donate by sending a check payable to “Thomas Merton Center” to the address below. In the memo line write “Pittsburghers for Public Transit.”

Thomas Merton Center
ATTN: Pittsburghers for Public Transit
5129 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15224