PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Parking Authority will resume enforcing parking meters in parts of the city next week. Parking meters within Center City and University City will be enforced beginning Monday, June 15.
Meters and residential parking limits in the rest of the city will be enforced starting June 22.
“Working in conjunction with our transportation partners at the City and SEPTA, we are taking these initial enforcement steps now on June 15th in order to lay the necessary groundwork for an anticipated full operational return to normal in the coming months,” PPA Executive Director Scott Petri said.
The PPA eased parking violations in mid-March because of the pandemic.
PARKING ALERT: Beginning Monday, June 8th, we will resume enforcement of parking meters within Center City and University City. Customers are highly encouraged to download PPA’s mobile payment app, meterUP, as a #ContactFreeParking option. More details: https://t.co/mx6BowzlZe pic.twitter.com/BLLVtzps5n
— The PPA (@PhilaParking) May 29, 2020
The PPA is encouraging customers to download the PPA’s mobile payment app, meterUP, for contactless payments.