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
Woman caught on camera stealing Salvation Army kettle at Waycross Walmart
Trump takes to Twitter to mull loss of citizenship, jail time for flag burners
Rescued, injured bald eagle treated at Audubon Center
DECISION 2016 ELECTION RESULTS -- Uncontested Races