Driving Directions

Pitt-Greensburg is situated on a 219-acre campus located in suburban Hempfield Township just two miles southeast of the center of the city of Greensburg and approximately forty miles southeast of the center of the city of Pittsburgh. View the Campus Map.

NOTE: Tosatto Drive is closed indefinitely due to vehicle bridge weight limit restrictions.

From the metropolitan Pittsburgh Area

Depending on your starting location you may take the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76), U.S. Route 22, or U.S. Route 30. If you take:

  • The Turnpike, exit at Irwin new # 67 (old #7) and follow directions as outlined in From the West (via Pennsylvania).
  • Route 22, follow it to the intersection of Routes U.S. 22 and Toll Route 66 and then follow directions in From the North (via Toll Route 66).
  • Route 30, follow it to Irwin area and then follow directions in From the West (via Pennsylvania Turnpike) below.

From the East (via the Pennsylvania Turnpike)

  • Exit at New Stanton new #75 (old #8) - take U.S. Route 119 north about six miles to the Greensburg area.
  • At intersection of U.S. Routes. 119 and 30, turn left at the traffic light and follow U.S. Rt. 30 east for about one mile.
  • Exit right from U.S. Rt. 30 at the Greensburg- Mt. Pleasant Road Exit.
  • At the traffic light at the foot of the ramp turn right and follow Mt. Pleasant Road for approximately one mile.
  • At the next traffic light you are at the main entrance to campus.
  • Follow the campus map to your particular location.

From the East/Latrobe Airport (via U.S. Route 30)

  • Follow U.S. Route 30 west past Westmoreland Mall (Note: DO NOT exit into downtown Greensburg. Route 30 bypasses the city; stay on the bypass).
  • Exit right from U.S. Rt. 30 at the Greensburg- Mt. Pleasant Road Exit.
  • At the traffic light at the foot of the ramp turn left and follow Mt. Pleasant Road for approximately one mile.
  • At the next traffic light you are at the main entrance to campus.
  • Follow the campus map to your particular location.

 

From the West (via Pennsylvania Turnpike)

  • Exit at the Irwin new #67 (old #7)- take U.S. Route 30 East for about 9 miles (Note: DO NOT exit into downtown Greensburg. Route 30 bypasses the city; stay on the bypass).
  • Exit from 30 east at the Greensburg- Mt. Pleasant Road exit.
  • At the traffic light at the foot of the ramp turn right and follow Mt. Pleasant Road for approximately one mile.
  • At the next traffic light you are at the main entrance to campus.
  • Follow the campus map to your particular location.

From the North (via Toll Route 66)

(Automatic tollbooth requires correct change-$0.95 in any combination of quarters, dimes, & nickels-no pennies.)

  • Toll Route 66 south for approximately 7 miles to the U.S. Route 30 exit.
  • Turn left at the light and follow U.S. Route 30 east for approximately 4.7 miles.
  • Exit right from U.S. Rt. 30 at the Greensburg - Mt. Pleasant Road exit.
  • At the traffic light at the foot of the ramp turn right and follow Mt. Pleasant Road for approximately one mile.
  • At the next traffic light you are at the main entrance to campus.
  • Follow the campus map to your particular location.

From the North (via Routes U.S. 119 or PA 66)

  • U.S. Route 119 and PA 66 become Main Street in Greensburg.
  • Follow Main Street south to its intersection with Mt. Pleasant Road.
  • Turn left at traffic light onto Mt. Pleasant Road.
  • Follow Mt. Pleasant Road to a cross over section in the road and continue on Mt. Pleasant Road.
  • At the next traffic light you are at the main entrance to campus.
  • Follow the campus map to your particular location.

From the South and/ or Southwest (via U.S. Route 119 and I-70)

Follow directions in From the East (via the Pennsylvania Turnpike) from New Stanton area.

From Greater Pittsburgh International Airport

This airport is located about 14 miles West of center city Pittsburgh. There are two alternate routes offered below for your consideration. The first is direct, shorter, and it involves transiting Center City via Interstate Highway - more visually interesting to the first-time or infrequent visitor to Pittsburgh. The second is a bit longer, less direct, skirts the city proper, and yet can offer a timesaving alternate route during rush-hour traffic.

Direct -Through the City

  • From the airport, follow PA Route 60 East just a few miles to where it merges with U.S. Routes 22 and 30 (also call The Parkway West).
  • Now follow U.S. 22/30 just a few additional miles to where it begins to be additionally designated as I-279 (DO NOT turn onto I-79).
  • Follow I-279 into the city of Pittsburgh. As you come down the hill and approach the Fort Pitt Tunnel, you would do well to be in the right lane before entering the tunnel.
  • As you leave the Fort Pitt Tunnel behind and drive onto the Fort Pitt Bridge stay in the RIGHT LANE and prepare to make a ninety degree RIGHT TURN at the far end of the bridge.
  • Center City Pittsburgh is now on your left and the Monongahela River is on your right. You should now be traveling east on I-376 (also known as the Parkway East).
  • Follow I-376 East for about 12 miles to the Monroeville area and take the exit designated for the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76).
  • Follow I-76 (the turnpike) East for about 14 miles to the first exit, Irwin new #67 (old #7) and follow the directions outlined in From the West (via Pennsylvania Turnpike).

Indirect - Avoiding the City

  • From the airport, follow PA Route 60 East just a few miles to where it merges with U.S. Routes 22 and 30 (also call The Parkway West).
  • Now follow U.S. 22/30 just a few additional miles to its intersection with I-79.
  • Turn South and stay on I-79 to its intersection with I-70, eastbound.
  • Follow I-70 East to New Stanton.
  • From New Stanton take U.S. Route 119 north about six miles to the Greensburg area.
  • At intersection of U.S. Routes 119 and 30, turn left at traffic light and follow U.S. Rt. 30 east for about one mile.
  • Exit right from U.S. Rt. 30 at the Greensburg- Mt. Pleasant Road exit.
  • At the traffic light at the foot of the ramp turn right and follow Mt. Pleasant Road for approximately one mile.
  • At the next traffic light you are at the main entrance to campus.
  • Follow the campus map to your particular location.