Citywide Parking Amnesty Program AnnouncedThe program is set to allow individuals with parking violations issued prior to 2013 that are either unpaid or partially unpaid to be forgiven.
City Offering Free Parking On Saturdays Through End Of YearBeginning this Saturday, November 25, and every Saturday after 11 a.m. through the end of the year, metered parking will be free city-wide.
PPA Board Approves $157M Bond IssueAbout $100 million is refinancing to save money. The rest is for improvements to airport parking lots.
PPA Tightens Vacation, Sick Leave, Comp Time Rules For ManagementThe Philadelphia Parking Authority Board on Wednesday approved new restrictions on employee leave time meant to curb abuses by salaried staff, including disgraced former director Vince Fenerty.
PPA Offers Street Parking 101 CourseTolson says their hope is to help people learn the rules so they don't have to hand out parking tickets.
Judge Rules Taxi Industry Lawsuit Against PPA May ProceedThe suit accuses the Parking Authority of damaging the taxi industry by failing to control ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft.
Parking Authority Billboards That Have Some Residents AlarmedPhiladelphia Parking Authority will ask the zoning board, Wednesday afternoon.
Parking Signs For MeterUP Are Coming DownPhiladelphia Parking Authority crews are peeling off the MeterUP signs on parking kiosks.
Locals React To Possible Hike In Parking Meter Fees, FinesIf you thought you paid enough to park in Philadelphia, get ready because the city's parking authority is planning to hike up the rates.
Debate Over Fare Increase Sheds Light On Plight Of Philly Taxi DriversRide-share services are costing taxi companies income, but any attempt to make it up with higher fares could doom them.
Embattled PPA Director Will Receive 15 Years Of Health CoverageThe former head of the Philadelphia Parking Authority is cashing in again after leaving his job in the middle of a sexual harassment scandal.
Philly Police Commissioner Gets Parking Ticket In Center CityNo one is above the law, not even Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross.