kdka-sm kdka-am-sm fan-sm pittsburgh-cw-logo

Pittsburgh Parking Authority

parking_meter

City Officials Play Blame Game Over Parking Meters

It’s a lot more expensive to park in the city of Pittsburgh, but it’s also a lot more inconvenient unless you carry around a roll of quarters. Is the public paying the price for a war between the mayor and council?

06/09/2011

(Credit: KDKA)

Ticketed Parkers In Shadyside Point To Outdated Signs

Some people who got parking tickets in Shadyside say the City of Pittsburgh may have overlooked something.

06/02/2011

(Credit: KDKA)

Parking Authority To Get Smart Parking Meters

Officials say it will take a week to 10 days to adjust all the meters in the city to the higher rates.

06/01/2011

(Photo Credit: KDKA)

Parking Gadgets To Go High-Tech

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.

05/25/2011

(Photo Credit: KDKA)

Route 65, Mon Wharf Reopen Following Cleanup

There are two traffic alerts today that could ease the stress of the Monday morning commute for many drivers.

05/22/2011

(Source: KDKA)

Part Of Mon Wharf To Reopen Tuesday

The Pittsburgh Parking Authority is making available about 200 to 250 spaces on the Stanwix Street side of the Wharf.

05/02/2011

(Photo Credit: KDKA)

Flooding Concerns Keep Mon Wharf Closed

Officials with the Pittsburgh Parking Authority say the Mon Wharf will remain closed on Monday because of flooding concerns.

04/24/2011

(Photo Credit: KDKA)

Officials: Part Of Mon Wharf Set To Reopen Monday

Officials with the Pittsburgh Parking Authority say part of the Mon Wharf parking lot will be reopened to commuters on Monday.

03/20/2011

(Source: KDKA)

Mon Wharf Remains Closed

The Mon Wharf remains closed today due to flooding concerns. The Pittsburgh Parking Authority said heavy debris from flooding has been removed, but freezing temperatures have hampered efforts to remove the mud.

03/04/2011

(Photo Credit: KDKA)

Mayor Critical Of City Council During Budget Address

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl delivered his 2011 budget to City Council Monday. The budget is balanced with no new taxes and no cuts in city services. But during the mayor’s speech, he made it clear that […]

KDKA-TV–11/08/2010

parkingauthority2

Parking Authority Rejects Plan To Buy Assets

Pittsburgh’s Parking Authority rejected City Council’s plan to save the city’s pension fund Thursday. It’s a victory for Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, but that may not prevent a state takeover of the city’s pension plan. “I […]

KDKA-TV–10/29/2010

Ravenstahl102210

Mayor Calls Special Meeting Over Pension Fund

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl has called for a special, public meeting next week to talk more about the plans to fund the city’s pensions. There’s been plenty of drama through the week over parking and pensions, […]

KDKA-TV–10/22/2010

Parking Lease

(Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images) Michael Lamb joins Rose & Paul to discuss City Councils new Parking lease plan that is an alternative to the Mayor’s plan that was turned down last week.

10/20/2010

parking_meter

City Council Votes Down Mayor’s Parking Plan

Pittsburgh City Council officially voted down Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s controversial plan to lease out the city’s parking garages and meters Tuesday morning. The result of the vote did not come as a surprise after a […]

KDKA-TV–10/19/2010

Parking Lease Alternative

Mangino talks with Parking Controller Michael Lamb about his new proposed alternative to Mayor Ravenstahl’s plan.

09/29/2010

previous