Pittsburgh is preparing for the annual Labor Day parade, where Vice President Joe Biden will be joining vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine to campaign in the city.
Both Biden and Kaine will speak will speak at the corner of 11th and Liberty avenues outside of the Greyhound bus station at 8:45 a.m. They are expected to articulate Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s plan for the economy.
The parade begins at 10 a.m. The parade route will go from Liberty Avenue to Grant Street, then to the Boulevard of the Allies to Stanwix Street.
More than 30 bus routes will be detoured downtown because of the parade. The Port Authority, which includes PAT buses, the T and the inclines, will run on special holiday hours on Monday.