While street sweeping will resume, parking enforcement will not.

KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – For those living in the City of Pittsburgh, April 1 is the day that street sweeping resumes.

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However, the city does not plan to give out tickets for cars that are parked along street sweeping routes.

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According to the city, it’s suspending parking enforcement because a lot of people are still working from home.

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However, they are asking those that live or work along street sweeping routes to move their cars when it’s their day for the street to be swept.