Mon Wharf Closed Through Friday

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Commuters have had to get used to not being able to park in the Mon Wharf recently. On Monday, it was announced that it won’t be open for the rest of the week.

According to a statement from the Public Parking Authority of Pittsburgh, the Mon Wharf will remain closed through Friday, March 18 due to an ongoing flood advisory.

With flooding expected to continue into Saturday, the Parking Authority is suggesting that commuters seek alternate parking arrangements.

They are suggesting the First Avenue Garage and Second Avenue Plaza as alternatives to the Mon Wharf.

Once the water recedes, cleanup efforts will begin. However, a timetable for those efforts is unknown.

On a more positive note, the 10th Street Bypass reopened around 5 a.m. Monday.

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One Comment

  1. Jim Leindecker says:

    It looks like the 10th St bypass is clear of water, does PenDot expect to open it soon?

  2. John Christian says:

    Of all the places to park in town, why does the Mon Wharf get so much love?

  3. Who Cares ? says:

    Who cares about this stupid wharf……Its all KDKA talks about

  4. Costs Money says:

    $8 a day x 700 available parking spots is why its on the news when it floods and reopens. Its the cheapest place in town.

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