City Of Philadelphia Gives Shoppers A Holiday GiftIf you're trying to plan your holiday errands, the City of Philadelphia has a gift for you again this year: free Saturday parking at meters city wide at 11 a.m. starting tomorrow.
3 On Your Side: Website Claims To Cover Your Parking/Traffic Tickets3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at a business that describes itself as a "traffic ticket protection company."
Nutter Veto of $4 Surcharge on Parking Tickets Will StandA City Council plan to add a $4 surcharge on all parking tickets is now dead. Mayor Nutter last week vetoed the $4 ticket surcharge, calling the measure illegal on several fronts.
State Lawmakers Concerned About City Council's Parking Surcharge BillSome state lawmakers are concerned about a bill passed by Philadelphia city council that would add a $4 surcharge to parking tickets.
City Appeals Judge's Ruling Allowing Motorists To Cross-Examine PPA Ticket Writers Motorists who get that sinking feeling when fighting parking tickets were encouraged to hear in July that a Philadelphia judge ruled they should be able to cross-examine a ticket writer. But, the ruling is not gaining any traction. The city is fighting it.
PPA Officers To Be Trained On Being Friendly, HelpfulThe Parking Authority apparently wants a kinder, gentler image, and so officials are going to be training their hundreds of enforcement officers on how to be more friendly and helpful.
City Council Committee Approves Bill To Make Fighting Parking Tickets EasierA City Council committee has approved a plan to let you fight parking tickets without having to show up in person. The vote came despite objections from the agency that hears appeals.
3 On Your Side: Delaware Parking Ticket NightmareThe Audi Quattro was John Harvey's dream car, but the sporty coupe led the Wilmington native into a nightmare. And it all happened because of a reissued license plate.
Council: Fight Parking Tix Online Or On The PhoneTwo city council members want to make it easier to fight City Hall -- by letting people contest parking tickets and other citations without having to show up in person.