With yet another storm on the horizon, the Philadelphia Parking Authority is planning to reinstate its $5 emergency parking rate.
Mayor Nutter seems to be at odds with his own police department over that longtime Philadelphia tradition of claiming an on-street parking space that you just dug out after a snowstorm.
The Philadelphia Parking Authority is offering discounted parking due to the weather.
Comcast-Spectacor is canceling the January 4th performance of Disney On Ice at the Wells Fargo Center in order to alleviate traffic congestion and to accommodate fans who wish to watch or attend the Philadelphia Eagles playoff game on Sunday night.
Ticketholders to February’s Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium are already lining up to pay $150 each for parking passes.
Scooter owners in the city will soon be able to apply for a residential parking permit, similar to the one car owners are issued.
The Philadelphia Parking Authority will temporarily put a hold on neighborhood Scooter Parking enforcement while a new set of procedures are put in place.
The ever-vigilant Parking Authority plans to boost the late payment penalties on all parking tickets in Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Parking Authority says scooters are motorized vehicles and therefore they belong on the street, not the sidewalk, even when they are parked.
Some Pittsburghers are being ticketed for parking in their own driveways under an obscure ordinance that requires them to pay $225 for a permit if they wish to park within 30 feet of a street.
Former heavyweight boxing champion Larry Holmes has won a legal round in a towing dispute at his eastern Pennsylvania restaurant.
It’s an incentive offered by the city every year around this time to get more holiday shoppers to do their gift buying in Philadelphia rather than the malls.
Follow this guide for the smoothest parking experience at Lincoln Financial Field.
Sooner or later we all do it: We forget where we’ve parked and wander the parking lot, annoyed and embarrassed. The Car Locator app can help you out.
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