Pittsburgh Port Authority bus tracker keeps electronic schedule

The authority this week will begin expanding the number of routes whose riders will be able to track the actual locations of vehicles and anticipated arrival times.
Having tested the system on the P1 for several months, the authority will add another East Busway route this week and three to five routes after schedule changes that take effect June 15, spokesman Jim Ritchie said.
“The plan after that is to do a cluster of routes every two to three weeks and monitor for problems as we go through,” he said. All bus routes are expected to be on the system by the end of the year, and Light Rail Transit service will be added in 2015.