Graduate students from Carnegie Mellon University will provide a study of Dormont's parking situation—for free.
Dormont Borough is going to get a complete parking study, courtesy of graduate students from Carnegie Mellon University—and they're going to do it for free, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. The Tribune-Review last week reported on the program, which was discussed at the Feb. 4 council meeting. The 10-week project would focus on how to improve the parking situation in Dormont's business and residential areas. A group of graduate students from the university's Sustainable Community Development course would conduct the project. For details, and to read the full report from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, click here. Follow Dormont-Brookline Patch on Facebook and Twitter. For more news, sign up for our email Newsletter.