Pittsburgh weighs options on parking PPP

The city’s 9-member city council advanced a bill to study other options for shoring-up Pittsburgh’s underfunded pension besides a PPP, including a transfer of parking assets into the pension. Council Member Natalia Rudiak said she would ‘prefer to have any unknowns cleared up now’ instead of after the city does a PPP.

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