209 Mall Boulevard
Monroeville, PA 15146
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From PA Turnpike I-76: Take Exit 57 towards Monroeville-Business Route 22. Go West on Business Route 22 for two miles. Follow signs for Monroeville Mall Main Entry - bear right (crossing over Route 22). Continue to the stop sign, turn left onto Mall Drive. At 1st light make Left onto Mall Boulevard. Entrance to the Monroeville Convention and Events Center is the first left on Mall Boulevard.
From Pittsburgh: Follow I-376 East to Exit 80 Business Route 22. Proceed two miles and take the drive on the right which is marked Hotel/Convention Center. Follow to first stop sign, turn left onto Mall Drive. At 1st light, make a Left onto Mall Boulevard. The convention center Entrance is the first left on Mall Boulevard.
From Pittsburgh International Airport: Take PA 60 South, which becomes US-22 East. US-22 East becomes I-376 East. Follow I-376 East to exit 80. Proceed onto Business Route 22 approximately two miles. Take drive on right marked hotel/convention center.
Parking at the Monroe Convention Center is free. There are 1,800 parking spaces. ADA accessible parking is available.Three full parking bays are available for unloading. Overflow parking is located near the adjacent mall.
UBER connect passengers with willing drivers. The way it works is pretty simple: A passenger calls for a car with a smartphone running the Uber app. An Uber driver is called to the passenger’s location, who then takes the passenger to their destination. No cash is exchanged (payment is taken automatically from the passenger’s debit or credit card) and no tip is required. You can even estimate your entire fare in advance. For more information, call (866) 576-1039 or click here to download the UBER iPhone /Android App.
Cabs are available when the numbers on the roof are lit, can be hailed on the street, accept cash and credit/debit cards, and are required to take you to any destination within the metropolitan area. For more information or to schedule a cab ride, call 412-321-8100.
Pittsburgh Transportation Group: 412-444-4444
Supershuttle is the leading airport shuttle service in the U.S., serving over eight million passengers a year. Their friendly drivers and blue vans will rescue you from the hassle of getting to and from over 40 airports. Prices are generally more economical than a limo or taxi. To minimize the number of stops, passengers are grouped by geographic area, so trips are as efficient as possible.
The nearest bus stop is the Mall Blvd Opposite K-Mart, approximately 0.1 miles away from the convention center. The buses servicing the area are #67, #68, and #P68.
Service animals assisting persons with disabilities are permitted on board all Port Authority vehicles. They must be controlled by their owner while on the vehicle. Service dogs in training are also permitted. Additionally, any animal or pet enclosed in a container or carrier, provided it is small enough to be held by the passenger, is allowed on Port Authority vehicles. No extra fare is required for animals. For more information, contact the Port Authority at 412-442-2000.
The Brooklyn Expo Center’s entries, exits, and restrooms are handicapped-accessible.
Please note that designated handicapped parking is unavailable at the venue. However, there is a designated handicapped drop-off/pick-up zone right next to the Noble Street entry doors of the NY Pet Expo. There will be signage directing you to this area.
Handicapped-accessible transportation options via MTA: The MTA network has more than 110 accessible subway and commuter rail stations. These stations have features that improve accessibility for customers with visual, hearing, and mobility disabilities, as specified by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Their features include:
• elevators or ramps
• handrails on ramps and stairs
• large-print and tactile-Braille signs
• audio and visual information systems
• accessible station booth windows
• accessible MetroCard® Vending Machines
• accessible service entry gates at subway stations
• platform-edge warning strips
• platform gap modifications or bridge plates to reduce or eliminate the gap between trains and platforms
• telephones at an accessible height with volume control, and text telephones (TTYs)
• accessible restrooms at commuter rail stations with restrooms (not all station buildings have restrooms)
• The MTA network also has more than 120 additional subway and commuter rail stations that have elevators and/or ramps to provide wheelchair access. In some stations, ramps constructed prior to the adoption of the ADA Accessibility Guidelines may not meet current ADA standards for slope, landing and handrail requirements. On commuter rail lines, some ticket offices and restrooms are not accessible by wheelchair.
• Special discount fares are available for senior citizens 62 years of age or older and people with disabilities for MTA subways, buses, and commuter railroads.
• The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires public transportation systems to offer ADA paratransit service to individuals who are unable to use local bus service as a result of their disability. Access-A-Ride is a curb-to-curb public transportation service developed by the MTA to comply with ADA regulations and is comparable to the MTA’s local fixed route bus system. Visit the MTA's Access-A-Ride Link page or call (877) 337-2017 for more information.
• If you need assistance or an accommodation with any of the MTA’s services (including exact locations for accessible boarding areas, stations with elevators, and arrival gates), please call 511, the New York State transit and traffic line or TTY 711. Operator assistance is available from 6:00AM to 5:00PM daily, automated information is available 24/7.
• Handicapped-accessible transportation options via NJ Transit: NJ TRANSIT's bus fleet is 100% handicapped-accessible with bus lifts or ramps. All buses have state-of-the art securement systems to secure customers' mobility devices. It's required that mobility devices be secured. The operator will assist you with the mobility device securements and the optional lap/shoulder belts as requested.
• The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires public transportation systems to offer ADA paratransit service to individuals who are unable to use local bus service as a result of their disability. Access Link is a curb-to-curb public transportation service developed by NJT to comply with ADA regulations and is comparable to the NJT local fixed route bus system. Visit NJT’s Access Link page or call (800) 955-2321 for more information.
• Special discount fares are available for senior citizens 62 years of age or older and people with disabilities; caregivers or personal assistants can accompany the seniors and the handicapped at no cost. You don't need to be a New Jersey resident to be eligible for the program either. For more information, please contact their Reduced Fare Office at (973) 491-7112.
• If you need assistance or an accommodation with any of NJT's services (including exact locations for accessible boarding areas and arrival gates), please call (973) 275-5555 or TTY (800) 772-2287. Operator assistance is available from 8:30AM to 5:00PM daily, automated information is available 24/7.
• TRAVELING VIA PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION WITH PETS
• MTA Pet Policy: Small domestic pets are permitted on the subway and on buses of New York City Transit and MTA Buses only when they are carried in kennels or similar containers that can be accommodated by you on your lap without annoyance to other passengers. No part of the animal may protrude from the container and pets should not occupy seats. Service animals properly harnessed and accompanying people with disabilities are always welcome in MTA's network.
• NJ Transit Pet Policy: Only service animals accompanying customers with disabilities or their trainers, police dogs, and small pets in carry-on travel cages are allowed on-board NJ TRANSIT trains or buses.
• NY Waterway: Only service animals accompanying customers with disabilities or their trainers, police dogs, and small pets in carry-on travel cages are allowed on-board NY Waterway ferries and boats.