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.
Rain caused parking lots at the Flight 93 Memorial site to become mud pits on Friday. There was gridlock as the Park Service had to find new places for people to park.
The recent line of rain showers that have moved through the area have caused a flood advisory to be issued.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks to Pittsburgh City Councilman William Peduto about how parking in downtown Pittsburgh could improve.
Concerts, filming of the new ‘Batman’ movie at Heinz Field, Pirates’ games and fireworks, it’s all this weekend in Pittsburgh. It may be difficult to believe that all of those things could be happening at the same time, but they are. There’s something for nearly everyone, and traffic headaches for the rest.
They started two years ago in Spain and have been all over the world since then. Now, legendary rockers U2 are bringing their tour to Pittsburgh tonight.
The “American Idol” audition process begins Wednesday morning at Heinz Field, and it could affect your commute to work and where you park.
Could the cost of parking at a Pittsburgh parking meter go up even higher? If the Parking Authority has its way, the answer is yes. If City Council has its way, the answer is no.
Plenty of people have made their way into Pittsburgh tonight with two big concerts on the schedule. However, the people with tickets to the shows may be caught off guard by a change in the city’s parking rules.
You might not think parking is a hot button topic across the country, but for the last few days, thousands of so-called parking professionals packed the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for the International Parking Institute’s annual meeting.
The recent storms that moved through the area this week are having an impact on the rivers around Pittsburgh.
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.