Pittsburgh Parking Authority

Pittsburgh Parking Authority Approves Smartphone Parking AppThe Pittsburgh Parking Authority board has approved a deal that will enable motorists to pay for parking meters using an app on their smartphones.
Could City Parking Permits Be Going High-Tech?Residential parking permits within the City of Pittsburgh could soon go high-tech.
Pittsburgh Parking Authority Studying Phone App For MetersThe Pittsburgh Parking Authority is trying to find a company that can offer a smartphone application that would let drivers feed parking meters remotely.
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.
Pittsburgh Parking Authority Rate Increases About To Kick InGet ready to pay more to park in Downtown Pittsburgh, Oakland, Shadyside and on the North Shore.
Pittsburgh Parking Authority Approves Rate IncreasesThe daily and lease rates at Pittsburgh Parking Authority lots and garages will rise beginning August 1.
Emergency Management Officials Watching Rivers, Streams, CreeksThe Beaver County Emergency Management Center in Ambridge monitored the river and stream predictions and reports from the field.
Online Parking Court Offers An End To HasslesAfter that ticket appears on your windshield, you have the option to pay it or appeal it.
KDKA Investigation: Missing Parking Meter ScrapsHundreds of coin-fed Pittsburgh parking meter scraps are missing, and that's not all.
Parking Authority Admits Mistake In Issuing Parking TicketThe signs on 52nd Street in Lawrenceville are clear. Vehicles must be moved by 8:30 a.m. on the third Tuesday of each month for street cleaning.
Parking Tickets Can Soon Be Appealed OnlineAppealing a parking ticket in the City of Pittsburgh can add insult to injury. You have to schedule a hearing, come downtown and pay again to park.
KDKA Investigates: Folks Fined Even Though They Paid To ParkThe jury is still out on those new parking machines, but everyone agrees there's a learning curve.