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Labor Day holiday closings for Pittsburgh

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Closings set

Federal, state, county and city offices and courts will close on Monday in observance of Labor Day.

Post offices, banks, liquor stores and driver license and photo centers also are closed. PennDOT online services will be available.

Port Authority bus, T and incline service will operate on a holiday schedule. Additionally, bus detours will be in effect that day because of the Downtown Labor Day parade and a 5K race on the North Shore.

Port Authority's customer service line, 412-442-2000, will operate from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

There is no trash collection in Pittsburgh, and trash collection is pushed back a day in the city for the rest of the week.

Monday is the last day that six of the city's outdoor swimming pools are open. The city's 10 recreation centers and 14 senior centers are closed.

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Holiday changes

Federal, state, county and city offices and courts close on Monday in observance of Labor Day.

Post offices, banks, liquor stores and driver license and photo centers also are closed. PennDOT online services will be available.

Port Authority bus, T and incline service operate on a holiday schedule. Additionally, bus detours will be in effect that day because of the Downtown Labor Day parade and a 5K race on the North Shore.

Port Authority's customer service line, 412-442-2000, will operate from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

There is no trash collection in Pittsburgh, and trash collection is pushed back a day in the city for the rest of the week.

Monday is the last day that six of the city's outdoor swimming pools are open. The city's 10 recreation centers and 14 senior centers are closed.

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