(PHILADELPHIA) - The Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) released its first annual report today on the "Automated Speed Enforcement Pilot Program - Roosevelt Boulevard," reporting a dramatic 93% reduction in clocked speeding on the Boulevard - once referred to as one of the most dangerous stretches of highway
Dear Valued Employee, For over one year, coronavirus has impacted everyone. On March 18, 2020, the Philadelphia Parking Authority closed its offices while the region and nation began to address what would become an international pandemic. A year later, we are reminded of the impact on so many. I
This opportunity is being issued by the Parking Authority (“Authority”), a body corporate and politic created under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in accordance with the Act of June 19, 2001, P.L. 287, No. 22, as amended, known as the “Parking Authority Law”. The Authority is
Applications Completed April 2021
*Due to the public health impact and concerns of the COVID-19 outbreak and in light of recommendations by public health officials, the Authority’s Special Board Meeting scheduled for 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, May 4, 2021, will take place via GoToWebinar. You may register to virtually attend the Board Meeting by
On Tuesday, April 20, 2021, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Board met for its monthly meeting. The meeting agenda along with the Board approved motions can be found here.