PITTSBURGH - If you need to park in Pittsburgh, bring a thicker wallet.
Prices went up on Friday.
The parking authority hasn’t raised its rates for 10 years.
“I’d rather park over there, take the T for free and walk a couple blocks than scramble around trying to find a spot that costs more,” said Jon Albert.
Parking in downtown Pittsburgh, Oakland, Shadyside and the North Side is going to cost, at the most, another $4.25 a day.
On average, the daily rates will go up $1.
Pittsburghers pay between $8 and $18 a day for parking.
Drivers are paying $37 a day in Philadelphia.
In New York City, parking could cost you $80.