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Act 164 – Legalizing TNCs & Taxicab and Limousine Amendments

To All Interested Parties: On November 4, 2016, Governor Wolf signed Senate Bill 984 into law ("Act 164") which legalizes Transportation Network Companies ("TNC"), such as Uber and Lyft, to provide transportation services Philadelphia. Act 164 also changes the way the Philadelphia Parking Authority regulates taxicabs and limousines providing service in

Notice of Rescheduling of Sales of Wheelchair Accessible Taxicab Medallions

To All Interested Parties: On July 9, 2016, notice was published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin (46 Pa.B. 3776) of the Philadelphia Parking Authority's Board Order No. 16-001 ("Authority Order") directing the Taxicab and Limousine Division ("TLD") to administer the sale of 41 Philadelphia taxicab medallions, each of which are designated as

RFQ No. 16-31 Human Resources Consulting Services

This request for qualifications is being issued by the Philadelphia Parking Authority (the “Authority”).  The Authority is soliciting written responses from qualified human resources consulting firms to review and make recommendations on current Human Resources management policies, procedures and processes. Interested firms will need to register by emailing Mary Wheeler, Manager of Contract Administration, at mwheeler@philapark.org  prior

RFQ No. 16-30 Executive Search Firm – Executive Director

This request for qualifications is being issued by the Philadelphia Parking Authority (the “Authority”).  The Authority is soliciting written responses from qualified executive search firms to assist in recruiting candidates for the position of Executive Director. Interested firms will need to register by emailing Mary Wheeler, Manager of Contract Administration, at mwheeler@philapark.org  prior to downloading the attached RFQ documents

Where to Park for Terror Behind the Walls

It’s not everyday you willingly go to jail despite not committing a crime, especially when that jail is packed to the brim with zombies, ghosts and other figures typically reserved for a John Carpenter flick. Welp, that’s exactly what you’re paying for when you step into the halls of Eastern
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