Pittsburgh now has a thriving food truck scene, but the mobile businesses are faced with a number of pro-restaurant city regulations that make it hard for food trucks to operate, including a 30-minute parking limit for food trucks and various proximity restrictions. Fortunately, city council member Bill Peduto has introduced legislation that would make Pittsburgh a more “food truck friendly” city. Watch the video above for more information and see this post at Reason.
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