Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh's public transportation system has evolved from horse-drawn streetcars, which were introduced in 1859, to today's modern light rail and bus rapid transit system that serves hundreds of thousands of commuters each day. The city is also home to two unique modes of transportation: the Duquense Incline and the Monongahela Incline. They began operation in the 1870s to service those who lived on Mount Washington, and are still used by commuters to travel to downtown Pittsburgh, while providing scenic views of the city skyline along the way.

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