PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Port Authority is looking for ways to reduced overcrowding on its buses.

However, they say the solution is not buying additional buses.

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According to Port Authority officials, the additional buses would be too expensive and they don’t have enough garage space.

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Instead, they will review schedules, and may have to leave a stop before everyone boards if the bus is already full.

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