township in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States

Robinson Township is a town in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, about 12 miles west of Pittsburgh. It is one of the closest communities to the Pittsburgh International Airport, and it is a primary gateway to the airport.

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Being so close to the airport, most who pass through Robinson are traveling between the airport and Pittsburgh. Robinson is on US 22/30 and along I-376, which share the Penn Lincoln Parkway which connects Robinson to Downtown Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Route 60 runs the eight miles from Robinson to the airport. From the north or south, I-79 passes through the eastern edge of Robinson - exit onto US 22/30 or SR 60 and head west.

The Port Authority of Allegheny County, the regional bus service, has a few routes connecting Robinson to Pittsburgh. The main one serving Robinson is the 28X Airport Flyer, which travels mostly along freeways and dedicated busways from the airport to Downtown Pittsburgh and Oakland.

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  • Robinson Town Center & The Mall at Robinson - at US Route 22/30 and PA Route 60 - if you need IKEA, come here.

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  • [dead link] Moon Township Pizza, Moon Pennsylvania. Pizza is always made fresh daily. Specialty items include White Pizza, Thick Sicilian Pizza, and Hand Made Calzones enough to stave off all those hunger pains for the night.

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Routes through Robinson Township
ErieCoraopolis  N   S  WashingtonCharleston
Ends at  Big Beaver  W   E  Green TreePittsburgh
SteubenvilleWeirton  W   E  Green TreePittsburgh
CantonEast Liverpool  W   E  Green TreePittsburgh


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