Could City Parking Permits Be Going High-Tech?Residential parking permits within the City of Pittsburgh could soon go high-tech.
Pittsburgh Parking Authority Settling Kiosk SuitThe Pittsburgh Parking Authority has settled a lawsuit brought by a woman who uses a wheelchair and claimed newly installed parking kiosks were too tall for her to use.
Get Marty: Man With No Car Baffled By Parking Tickets William Flanigan knows the bus routes on the South Side.
Disabled Woman Claims Parking Meters Are Too TallA western Pennsylvania woman has sued the local parking authority, saying that its new electronic parking meters are too tall for her to reach from a wheelchair.
Parking Authority Slammed By Enforcement OfficersIf you found it tougher than usual Tuesday to get an on-street parking spot in Pittsburgh, you were not alone.
City Council Gives Preliminary Approval On Parking Enforcement BillParking may be a headache in Pittsburgh, but a new bill could stop things from getting worse.
Weekend Activities Will Cause Driving, Parking HeadacheExpect the city to be packed for the next few days. There are pride events all weekend, the Pirates are home and it’s the last weekend for the Arts Festival.
Holiday Shopping Brings Free ParkingHoliday shopping can bring many headaches, but luckily Pittsburgh shoppers won’t have to get one over parking.
Market Square Hoping For Boost From Valet ParkingBusinesses in Market Square are hoping to get a boost by offering a new parking service. Beginning Tuesday night, $5 valet parking will be available.
Parking Authority To Raise Meter Rates In Popular Neighborhoods Beginning on Wednesday, the cost of parking at a meter in the City of Pittsburgh is about to go up.
City Pension Plan Not Sitting Well With StateA plan to generate hundreds of millions of dollars toward the city's depleted pension fund is not getting high marks from the state. A new report said that plans to get pensions at least half-way funded are not enough.