Pittsburgh Parking Authority
Last week on the North Shore, city officials cut the ribbon on a new meter-less parking system. Now some worry the Pittsburgh Parking Authority will use it to expand paid parking along streets in the Strip District, Oakland, Downtown and South Side.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and Pittsburgh Parking Authority officials cut the ribbon on Pittsburgh’s newest parking meter system, now on the North Shore around PNC Park.
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.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority’s Board of Directors approved the purchase of 500 multi-space meters Thursday.
There has been a lot of talk about the opening of the North Shore Connector on March 25, but what has remained in the shadows is the impact it’s going to have on parking in the Golden Triangle.
Officials with the Pittsburgh Parking Authority say a portion of the Mon Wharf parking lot will be reopen to drivers on Monday.
If you weren’t planning to do Christmas shopping in downtown Pittsburgh, here’s a reason to reconsider.
There’s fallout following a KDKA Investigation. The mayor of Pittsburgh is outraged by the ticketing of fire trucks. The trucks were tagged outside City Hall while firefighters were inside getting flu shots.
Five Pittsburgh city council members said they would introduce legislation next Tuesday to stop enforcement of parking meters — citywide — at 6 p.m. for the rest of the year.
City Council is considering some changes to its parking meter rules as they field more complaints from drivers.
Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl joined KDKA Radio’s Marty Griffin on Friday to discuss the current situation involving the parking meters in the city of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says he plans on rescinding a controversial plan that expanded parking meter hours at night.
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.
Parking tickets have always been a solid source of potential revenue for Pittsburgh, but for years there’s been an exemption for the Regatta and Fourth of July.
Since the city raised parking meter rates and increased enforcement, it seems that some drivers have been scared off. Dozens of parking spaces were unoccupied late Tuesday afternoon in downtown Pittsburgh now that rates have increased to $3 an hour.