PITTSBURGH - It could soon cost drivers more to park in Oakland.
Pittsburgh City Council is looking at a pilot program that would test so-called dynamic parking prices near Carnegie Mellon's campus.
The program would make more desired parking spots cost more for drivers to use.
New York City and Los Angeles use a similar system.
Drivers would pay $1 to $4 per hour depending on where they park and when.
The test program could begin on January 1.
Pittsburgh council considers dynamic parking prices near CMU campus
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