Pittsburgh is the 2nd largest city in the United States of Pennsylvania. It is the district sea of the County of Allegheny. The city is also called “The steel city” and city of bridges” because it was a former steel base and has many bridges. It has more bridges than the city of Venice. The city has 446 bridges, 2 inclined railways, 151 high-rise buildings. The economy of city is based on education, technology, healthcare, tourism, financial and robotics services. The city has redeveloped many abandoned shopping malls, offices and houses. General John Forbes named the city in 1758 in honor of Sir William Pitt a British public official.
Pittsburgh has humid continental climate due to snowier and colder winters. The city is divided in to four main areas and downtown area, which is known as the golden triangle. Steel was a major industry in Pittsburgh and has played a major role in the boosting the economy of the city in the past. The dialect is known as Pittsburghese due to the influence of many immigrants from different western country.
Pittsburgh International airport serves the city. There are many car rental services available from the airport. PAT or Port Authority runs several intra- intercity buses. Monongahela Incline funicular runs the underground and aboveground rail system. A non-profit preservation trust operates The Duquesne Incline with a standard Port Authority fees but does not accept Port Authority passes. The city also has Amtrak intercity rail services. It also has various freight railroads.
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