Pittsburgh Adds to Plow Fleet to Replace Aging Vehicles

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The City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is adding 12 new vehicles to its plow fleet to tackle plowing for the rest of the winter season following concerns about aging vehicles and unplowed roads. The pickups and dump trucks — six purchased and six leased — will cost $470,000, according to Trib Live.

The city previously ordered 17 additional snow plows that have been delayed. It expects these new vehicles will be delivered much more quickly.

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