Pittsburghers Cope With Latest Snowfall
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Allegheny County Port Authority stopped bus service at 10 p.m. Monday due to poor weather and travel conditions.
Also, the Mon Incline is temporarily shut down because of the nasty weather and the “T” light rail service is operating with a slight delay.
The rain that had been falling earlier today, changed over to snow by mid-afternoon, and while snow was in the forecast, it still seems to have caught a lot of people off guard.
Pittsburgh Public Works Director Rob Kaczorowski told KDKA-TV that Monday was Presidents Day which meant a lot of people had the day off from work.
“It hurt, too, because we had a skeleton crew out, blue collar people were off today, so we had to call people in to work the holiday, when it started to snow,” he said.
Robin Everett of Stanton Heights is worried about tomorrow morning’s commute. She says it takes so long to get into town in the morning and when it snows it just makes driving into town that much more uncomfortable.