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Parking

UPMC Mercy has an indoor parking garage across the street from the hospital. The entrance is located on Locust Street. From the garage, take the elevators to Level D (yellow level). Exit the elevators and enter the hospital through the foot bridge/walkway.

The first two hours of garage parking are free for patients and visitors. See signage posted at the hospital for instructions on ticket validation.

Outdoor parking is available on Locust Street at Marion Street. Limited metered parking is available on Stevenson Street, and in the 1400 and 1500 blocks of Forbes Avenue.

Upon request, valet parking is available at the UPMC Mercy Ambulatory Center entrance from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays for a flat rate of $5, which includes the parking fee. Please see the parking attendants on duty.

Handicapped parking is available in all parking areas.

Wheelchair escorts and scooters are available. Please see the parking attendant on duty.

For patients of the UPMC Mercy Emergency Department, limited free parking is available in the lot directly outside the entrance to the Emergency Department on Marion Street.

Public and Private Transportation

Public transportation from downtown Pittsburgh to UPMC Mercy is available on the Port Authority of Allegheny County bus routes 61, 71, 500, and 84C. There are stops within a one- to two-block radius of the hospital. For additional information and to obtain a current bus schedule, please contact Port Authority of Allegheny County Customer Service at 412-442-2000 or visit the Port Authority online.

Door-to-door transportation service is available through:

  • Yellow Cab and Metro Cab of Pittsburgh: 412-321-8100
  • Checker Cab: 412-381-5600

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