What parking app does Pittsburgh use?
How much is a Pittsburgh parking permit?
The cost of the Residential Parking Permit is $20.00 per vehicle per program year and is not pro-rated for mid-year purchases. The cost to purchase an annual Visitor Parking Pass is $1.00 per address and is not pro-rated.
How do I pay for parking in Pittsburgh?
Parking at on/off street parking meter kiosks; paying by coin, credit card, or cell phone by downloading a free app. That notifies you prior to the expiration of your time. Parking at one of our conveniently located garages, two of which are equipped with electric vehicle charge stations.
Do I need a parking permit in Pittsburgh?
Every car owned by any resident of the program area may have a permit. You may not sell, give away or transfer a permit. Businesses within a permit zone will be entitled to only one permit and one visitor's pass.
How do I pay a parking ticket in Pittsburgh PA?
How or where can I pay for my parking tickets?
- By phone: Call toll free (866) 353-7151 to pay with MasterCard or Visa using an automated voice response system (subject to convenience fee), available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- By mail: make check or money order payable to Pittsburgh Parking Court.
How do I contest a parking ticket in Pittsburgh?
Appeals can only be filed up to 10 calendar days after the citation's issuance. If this deadline is not met, your appeal will not be eligible for review and your rights will be forfeited. For additional information, contact the Parking Services Office at 412-624-4034. Fill out my online form.
How do I contact the Pittsburgh parking Authority?
Call (866) 353-7151 to speak with a customer service representative. Say “Get Information” when prompted by the automated voice response system. Operators are available to take your call Monday-Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM.
How do I get a street parking permit in Pittsburgh?
To apply for a new RPP permit or to renew an RPP permit, residents and businesses must show:
- Proof of residency (or in the case of a business, occupancy) within a permit zone;
- Proof of vehicle registration, and;
- A current and valid driver's license.