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.
Philly Lawyer Beats PPA Ticket, Feels Other Drivers Are ‘Victimized’ TooHis fight with the Philadelphia Parking Authority is not over yet.
PPA Continues Special Holiday Perks For DriversGood news: free holiday parking throughout the city at meters on Saturdays after 11 a.m. will return.
Bill Proposes Opening The Philadelphia Parking Authority Board To Non-ResidentsThe bill has passed the House and is currently before the Senate.
PPA Tries To Right The Ship With New CaptainThe new chief is both a radical departure and uniquely well-suited to the job.
Governor Wolf Calls For Investigation Into PPA Amid Sexual Harassment ScandalIn light of recent sexual harassment allegations within the Philadelphia Parking Authority, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is calling for an investigation into the agency.
PPA Director Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment ScandalPPA spokesman Marty O'Rourke confirmed that Vince Fenerty resigned Wednesday.
PPA Under Fire For Handling Of Sexual Harassment ComplaintThe Philadelphia Parking Authority is taking heat after the revelation that its executive director kept his job after a sexual harassment complaint by a senior staff member.
Parking Authority's Executive Director Has Some Of His Own Authority Taken AwayThe Philadelphia Parking Authority board has taken over some personnel decisions at the agency. The move came after an investigation into a sexual harassment complaint against the executive director.
PPA Cuts Ribbon On Newly Renovated Parking Garage In Center CityIt took four years and $33-million, but the Philadelphia Parking Authority on Monday re-opened a 1960's-era garage at 8th and Market Streets.
PPA Warns Of Stricter Enforcement During DNCWith a flood of people expected to hit Center City for the Democratic National Convention, the Philadelphia Parking Authority says enforcement officers will be a little more strict on certain violations.