PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh's government has been pushing to bring Amazon's HQ2 to the city, which comes with the promise of 50,000 new jobs. But along with the potential for a big boom is concern about how Pittsburgh's infrastructure would handle the influx of people and business.
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"The influx of young people over the last few years has been something. It's nothing like we'll see if we talk about 50,000 people over a short period of time," said Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald.
That could mean heavier traffic and longer commutes for residents. But some experts say there are potential solutions.
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