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Port Authority of Allegheny County route changes start Sunday

| Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, 4:57 p.m.
A Port Authority bus heads up Forest Avenue past the West Homestead Borough Building.
Cindy Shegan Keeley | Tribune-Review
A Port Authority bus heads up Forest Avenue past the West Homestead Borough Building.

The Port Authority's quarterly route changes go into effect Sunday, including long-awaited service to a West Mifflin apartment complex.

Mifflin Estates, a 201-unit Section 8 housing complex, has not had bus service since 2009.

Residents attended Port Authority meetings to ask for the service addition since October, with help from Pittsburghers for Public Transit.

Weekend service to Penn State-McKeesport will be added, as well as more frequent weekend evening service on the light rail's red line to Castle Shannon.

Service in Brookline has been completely revised, which has adjusted many trip times.

For a full list of route changes, visit: portauthority.org/paac/SchedulesMaps/ServiceAdjustments.aspx .

For details, visit PortAuthority.org or call customer service at 412-442-2000 or 412-231-7007 for TTY.

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