North Shore Infrastructure


The North Shore Garage was built to meet increased parking demands of the ballpark, stadium, and surrounding businesses on the North Shore. The garage has entrances from Sandusky Street, Lacock Street and General Robinson Street. North Shore

Key Facts

Architect: Michael Baker Corporation
W.E.C. Engineers
Development Cost: $65 million
New & Reconstructed Roads: Tony Dorsett Drive
Mazeroski Way
Art Rooney Avenue
North Shore Drive
Federal Street
Reedsdale Street
General Robinson Street
Allegheny Avenue
Additional Improvements: Fort Duquesne Pedestrian Bridge and Walkway
Federal Street/Allegheny Avenue Underpasses
Utilities: Water
Separation of storm & sanitary sewers

Chuck Noll Way

Chuck Noll Way was constructed as a new roadway between Art Rooney Avenue and Tony Dorsett Drive, and connects North Shore Drive and West General Robinson Street. The project included the construction of new pavement with signage, lighting, streetscape, and sewer work.

The majority of Chuck Noll Way was funded through PennDOT Federal Highway funds.
Development Cost: $1,023,000.00
Construction Manager: Pugliano Construction Co. Inc.
Construction Start: August 2011
Construction Completed: April 2012

Accessibility for Disabled

Contact the SEA for ADA information at 412.393.0200 or You may inquire for information or to share concerns or suggestions regarding accessibility to the SEA Offices or the David. L. Lawrence Convention Center.

The following are links to the accessibility pages of SEA facilities & ALCO Parking Corporation:
David L. Lawrence Convention Center
Acrisure Stadium
PNC Park
PPG Paints Arena
ALCO Parking Corporation
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