Philly Controller Turning Audit Focus On Philadelphia Parking AuthorityThe city controller on Wednesday announced yet another audit of the Philadelphia Parking Authority.
Philadelphia Parking Authority Making More Money From Red Light Camera Intersections Despite Drop In ViolationsEyewitness News found significant drop in violations at most other intersections in Philly just a few years after red light cameras have been installed.
Some Get Extension For Philadelphia Parking Authority's Amnesty Program After Massive TurnoutSome drivers looking to clear up old, unpaid Philadelphia parking tickets were given a second chance on Tuesday under one condition.
PPA's Amnesty Program Extended For Some After Drawing Massive LineApril 30, 2018 is the last day of the Philadelphia Park Authority’s Parking Amnesty  Program.
Philly Parking Ticket Amnesty Program Appears To Be Paying OffCouncilwoman Jannie Blackwell introduced the legislation creating the program after receiving many constituent calls from drivers overwhelmed with what they owed the Parking Authority.
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.