After an hour and a half of heated debate, Pittsburgh City Council voted to delay a preliminary vote on rolling back parking meter enforcement from 10 p.m. back to 6 p.m.
Here’s a recap of the Tuesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News.
Holiday shopping can bring many headaches, but luckily Pittsburgh shoppers won’t have to get one over parking.
Discover the best places to park near Heinz Field for your next Steelers tailgate.
Finding a parking space in Uptown Pittsburgh just became a little easier. Hundreds of new spots are now available at the site of the former Civic Arena. Nearly 400 new spots are now up for grabs.
If you’ve ever been to Pittsburgh’s South Side, you know parking can be a real hassle and the limited number of spots is driving residents to ask for permit parking.
A stretch of East Carson Street near Station Square will soon look a lot different. A bike lane is in the works, but not everyone is on board with the plan.
It’s a big weekend in the City of Pittsburgh. Country music superstars Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw will be rocking Heinz Field Saturday, and churning up the water on the local rivers is the Three Rivers Regatta.
If you plan on driving into the city over the next few days, keep two things in mind, patience and planning.
Businesses in Market Square are hoping to get a boost by offering a new parking service. Beginning Tuesday night, $5 valet parking will be available.
Baseball fans, the wait is almost over. The Pittsburgh Pirates will begin the season at PNC Park at 1:35 p.m. Thursday. In all the excitement, the home opener will present some parking predicaments for everyday commuters.
While Steelers fans were thrilled with a win over the New England Patriots, some had their celebratory mood dampened when they found the unwelcome surprise of parking tickets when they got back to their vehicles.
Merrill Stabile has a development partner and is willing to pay $10 million for a site on the North Shore. The problem is the development option belongs to the Pittsburgh Steelers – at least for now.
Pittsburgh City Council has unanimously given final approval to a bill that will roll back parking meter enforcement hours.
Pittsburgh City Council’s meeting on Wednesday was long and contentious. In the end, they voted by a lopsided margin to suspend the evening enforcement of parking meters.