Travel to NEC
Travel, Parking and Directions to Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh offers a bus to and from the airport twice an hour, from 4 a.m. until midnight, seven days a week from downtown for $2.50 with a ConnectCard or $2.75 cash.
Parking at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown (600 Commonwealth Place)
Valet parking, when available, on a first-come-first-serve basis. Valet parking is $35 USD per night. Oversize vehicles are $45 per night. Self-parking options are available within walking distance for a fee. Visit ParkingPGH, which gives real-time pricing and availability of parking all over downtown made available by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
Driving Directions to the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown
From the North
Take 79S, merge onto 279 S to Pittsburgh. Exit 1A on left to Ft. Duquesne Boulevard. Turn right at Stanwix Street. Stay right on Penn Avenue. Turn right on Commonwealth Place.
From the South
Travel 79N, merge to 376 E via exit 59A to Pittsburgh. Exit 70A to Liberty Avenue. Turn left on Commonwealth Place.
From the East
Take 376W, exit 70D on left to Stanwix Street. Turn left at Ft. Pitt Boulevard. Turn right on Commonwealth Place.
From the West
Take 376 E, exit 70A to Liberty Avenue. Turn left on Commonwealth Place
From Pittsburgh International Airport
Go North on Airport Blvd and bear slight left to exit Airport. Take 376E towards Pittsburgh to 279N. Exit at 70A for CONSOL Center and take Blvd of Allies / Liberty Avenu exit. Make left at end of ramp onto Commonwealth Place.
Pittsburgh Intermodal Station is the closest Greyhound bus station and is 1.5 miles from the hotel.
Pittsburgh Union Station is the closes train station, located 1 mile from the hotel. Book a trip to Pittsburgh by train.
Sign up for an account. ZTrip is a local ridesharing app for getting around Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Accessibility Guide
For travelers with special needs, Visit Pittsburgh has created an Accessibility Guide with resources to make traveling and connecting with services easier.
Getting Around Pittsburgh
In addition to walking, taxis and rideshares, Allegheny County Port Authority operates the public transit for the city including bus, incline and light rail.
Healthy Ride is a bike share service with 100+ stations around the city. With just $2 per 30 minute ride, visitors can access 24 miles of riverfront trails.
Golden Triangle Bike is another source for bike rentals.