Pittsburgh spending $9.1 million to replace vehicles


By Jill King Greenwood
Pittsburgh Tribune Review

PITTSBURGH, Penn. — Relief is on the way for Pittsburgh police officers who have contended with a beleaguered vehicle fleet for months.

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl in the spring revealed a $9.1 million plan to purchase new vehicles for departments citywide, including 109 police cars. But the vehicles have not yet hit the streets.

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