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Free parking possible on Thanksgiving weekend in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh hopes to offer free parking Thanksgiving weekend.

The Pittsburgh Parking Authority on Thursday is expected to consider Mayor Bill Peduto’s request to allow motorists to park for free in authority-owned lots Nov. 28 and 29, the mayor’s office said.

Councilman Dan Gilman of Shadyside also plans to ask council to approve free street parking on the same dates, the mayor’s office said.

The Parking Authority this summer approved free parking on Saturdays at 11 garages in Downtown, Oakland and Shadyside starting Nov. 29 and continuing through Dec. 20. Peduto said free parking would boost business during the holiday shopping season.


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