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Living in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh has an average Walk Score of 60 with 305,704 residents.

Pittsburgh has good public transportation and does not have many bike lanes.

The most walkable Pittsburgh neighborhoods are Downtown, Friendship and Southside Flats.

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Walk Score of Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh is Somewhat Walkable

Some errands can be accomplished on foot.

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Photo of Point of View Park, Grandview Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA in Pittsburgh

Point of View Park, Grandview Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA

Photo of Ruggeri's Food Shoppe in Pittsburgh

Ruggeri's Food Shoppe

Some errands can be accomplished on foot in Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh Apartments for Rent

View all Pittsburgh apartments on a map. The average rent is $1,015 and the average home price is $151,567.

Rental info for The Cork Factory in the Pittsburgh area
from $1,350
1 bed
Walk Score 67
Rental info for Carriage Park Apartments in the Pittsburgh area
from $645
Studio
Walk Score 22
Rental info for The Brittany in the Pittsburgh area
from $579
Studio
Walk Score 30
Rental info for Washington Plaza in the Pittsburgh area
from $944
Studio
Walk Score 85
Rental info for Crane Village Apartments in the Pittsburgh area
from $655
Studio
Walk Score 18
Rental info for Avalon Arms in the Pittsburgh area
from $784
1 bed
Walk Score 59
Rental info for Grandview Pointe in the Pittsburgh area
from $1,027
1 bed
Walk Score 44
Rental info for River Oaks Townhomes in the Pittsburgh area
from $900
1 bed
Walk Score 40

To view Pittsburgh homes for sale sorted by Walk Score, visit Trulia.com.

Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

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Population

1 Downtown 94 97 68 3,818
2 Friendship 90 68 60 1,354
3 Southside Flats 89 63 64 6,490
4 Central Oakland 89 68 52 5,511
5 Bloomfield 89 62 70 8,722
6 Shadyside 87 70 64 13,486
7 North Oakland 87 70 54 10,476
8 Allegheny Center 86 80 68 1,035
9 Lower Lawrenceville 85 61 63 2,390
10 Central Northside 82 61 48 2,851
11 Central Lawrenceville 82 51 63 4,606
12 West Oakland 81 71 36 3,031
13 Allegheny West 81 71 64 575
14 East Allegheny 80 66 62 2,046
15 Bluff 79 88 55 6,504
16 East Liberty 76 61 65 5,883
17 Crawford Roberts Hill 76 83 28 2,245
18 South Oakland 72 64 54 3,183
19 Squirrel Hill South 71 49 56 15,112
20 Squirrel Hill North 69 60 55 11,663
21 Garfield 68 55 46 3,590
22 Strip District 68 59 71 615
23 Larimer 67 62 56 1,849
24 Allentown 67 58 32 2,712
25 Knoxville 66 54 29 4,107
26 Upper Lawrenceville 66 41 44 2,737
27 Homewood South 66 61 51 1,769
28 Southside Slopes 65 50 27 4,379
29 Polish Hill 64 64 43 1,195
30 Point Breeze North 64 63 57 1,884
31 Middle Hill 63 64 23 1,689
32 Manchester 63 57 64 2,144
33 Homewood West 62 57 40 1,592
34 Greenfield 61 44 43 7,161
35 Mount Washington 61 69 33 8,405
36 Terrace Village 60 70 26 3,075
37 Point Breeze 59 59 64 5,596
38 Bedford Dwellings 57 61 17 1,393
39 Highland Park 57 46 53 6,398
40 Carrick 56 47 20 12,194
41 Homewood North 55 53 29 3,134
42 Regent Square 54 50 60 1,103
43 Upper Hill 53 68 37 2,199
44 California-Kirkbride 53 52 41 985
45 Troy Hill 51 47 49 2,742
46 Westwood 50 36 16 2,610
47 Brookline 50 42 21 12,634
48 Fineview 50 51 28 1,346
49 Oakwood 48 41 19 1,114
50 Beechville 46 50 22 8,382
51 Sheraden 45 44 23 5,327
52 Morningside 45 45 33 2,503
53 Arlington 43 43 19 1,826
54 Duquesne Heights 42 60 26 2,465
55 Spring Hill City View 41 41 34 2,915
56 Perry South 41 45 22 3,797
57 Hazelwood 40 35 28 4,492
58 Beltzhoover 38 65 19 1,620
59 Elliot 35 43 21 2,442
60 Brighton Heights 35 41 25 8,718
61 Bon Air 34 60 13 789
62 Marshall-Shadeland 34 42 36 5,210
63 Overbrook 33 50 10 2,292
64 Ridgement 33 33 18 825
65 Banksville 32 39 15 3,984
66 Crafton Heights 31 42 14 3,850
67 Stanton Heights 31 41 22 5,232
68 East Hills 28 45 11 2,928
69 Perry North 28 40 9 3,768
70 East Carnegie 27 40 23 571
71 Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar 27 39 13 4,233
72 Swisshelm Park 26 44 30 1,396
73 Windgap 24 36 14 1,342
74 Lincoln Place 22 30 13 3,185
75 Fairywood 19 36 16 1,056
76 Glen Hazel 15 42 19 690
77 Northview Heights 9 40 19 1,127
78 Summer Hill 7 40 2 793
79 New Homestead 4 27 7 1,031
80 Hays 2 19 2 542

Eating & Drinking

There are about 1,382 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Pittsburgh.

People in Pittsburgh can walk to an average of 4 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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Nicholas Coffee Co

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Coal Hill SteakHouse

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thumbnail for DUQUESNE INCLINE AT UPPER STATIONThere are two inclines on Grandview Ave. The Monongahela up the street is primarily used as public transport. This one, the Duquesne Incline, can be used for the same purpose, but is more of a tourist attraction. Inside is a "museum" with history of the area and the incline itself along with a souvenir shop. There's a great view of the city from the viewing platform.

Sarah Smith
on DUQUESNE INCLINE AT UPPER STATION

Transit Score of Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh has Good Transit

Many nearby public transportation options. Find Pittsburgh apartments for rent near public transit.

Public Transit Routes

Pittsburgh has good public transportation and about 2 funicular, 92 bus and 3 subway lines.

Transit Time

The map above shows how far you can travel in 30 minutes from Pittsburgh on public transit.

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Pittsburgh has about 45 car shares from RelayRides and Zipcar.

Neighborhood Guides

Thinking of renting an apartment or buying in Pittsburgh? Ask our neighborhood guides a question.

Christa Ross

Full time agent with RE/MAX Select Realty in Pittsburgh. Specializing in Pittsburgh's Best Homes - especially those in the East End and East Pittsburgh areas.

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Roberto Clemente Bridge

Photo of North Shore Riverfront Park Water Steps in Pittsburgh

North Shore Riverfront Park Water Steps

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Allegheny Landing

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Bike Score of Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh is Somewhat Bikeable

Minimal bike infrastructure.

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Baum Grove

Photo of Schenley Oval Sportsplex in Pittsburgh

Schenley Oval Sportsplex

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Taylor Allderdice High School

Photo of Frick Park in Pittsburgh

Frick Park

Photo of Intersection Murray and Forbes in Pittsburgh

Intersection Murray and Forbes

Photo of Shady Ave in Pittsburgh

Shady Ave

thumbnail for Point of View ParkAlso at Point of View Park is this grassy knoll looking down the Ohio River. Some mornings bagpipers will come here to play.

Sarah Smith
on Point of View Park

Photo of The Childrens Institute in Pittsburgh

The Childrens Institute

Photo of Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh

Central Catholic High School

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Roslyn Place

Photo of Grandview Overlook in Pittsburgh

Grandview Overlook

thumbnail for Point of View ParkThis iconic place past the restaurants on Grandview commemorates the meeting of George Washington and Seneca leader Guyasuta with a sculpture in a parklet with fantastic views.

Sarah Smith
on Point of View Park

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Photo of DUQUESNE INCLINE AT UPPER STATION in Pittsburgh

DUQUESNE INCLINE AT UPPER STATION

Photo of Roberto Clemente Bridge in Pittsburgh

Roberto Clemente Bridge

Photo of North Shore Riverfront Park Water Steps in Pittsburgh

North Shore Riverfront Park Water Steps

thumbnail for Point of View Park, Grandview Avenue, Pittsburgh, PAThis iconic place past the restaurants on Grandview commemorates the meeting of George Washington and Seneca leader Guyasuta with a sculpture in a parklet with fantastic views.

Sarah Smith
on Point of View Park, Grandview Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA

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