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From Downtown or northern and eastern neighborhoods of Pittsburgh, go south across the Monongahela or Ohio Rivers. There are six bridges you can use to cross the Monongahela River, and one bridge crossing the Ohio River. Most intersect with Carson Street after you cross the river. From west to east the bridges are:  
 
From Downtown or northern and eastern neighborhoods of Pittsburgh, go south across the Monongahela or Ohio Rivers. There are six bridges you can use to cross the Monongahela River, and one bridge crossing the Ohio River. Most intersect with Carson Street after you cross the river. From west to east the bridges are:  
 
*The West End Bridge, which connects directly to the [[Pittsburgh/North Side|North Side]] over the Ohio River.
 
*The West End Bridge, which connects directly to the [[Pittsburgh/North Side|North Side]] over the Ohio River.
*The Fort Pitt Bridge (I-376) from downtown, which has a exit onto westbound Carson Street.
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*The Fort Pitt Bridge (I-279) from downtown, which has a exit onto westbound Carson Street.
 
*The Smithfield Street Bridge, which will take you from downtown directly to Station Square.
 
*The Smithfield Street Bridge, which will take you from downtown directly to Station Square.
 
*The Liberty Bridge, which takes you from the east side of downtown. This is the only bridge into this area that doesn't intersect with Carson Street; rather it intersects PJ McArdle Road. From downtown, turning right onto PJ McArdle Roadway will take you up to Mount Washington. No left turn is permitted from the Liberty Bridge onto PJ McArdle Roadway.
 
*The Liberty Bridge, which takes you from the east side of downtown. This is the only bridge into this area that doesn't intersect with Carson Street; rather it intersects PJ McArdle Road. From downtown, turning right onto PJ McArdle Roadway will take you up to Mount Washington. No left turn is permitted from the Liberty Bridge onto PJ McArdle Roadway.

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