Are you a graphic designer and a foodie on the side? The Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) has an appetite for your creativity. As Philadelphia reopens for indoor dining, the PPA is proudly supporting local restaurants through our “Park, Eat, Love” initiative. From September 8 through November 30, 2020, Philadelphia restaurant dinner
As we come together to support our city during these challenging times, the Philadelphia Parking Authority spreads the brotherly love and sisterly affection by offering discounted pricing at PPA garages for people dining in our restaurants. We support our local restaurants as Philadelphia permits indoor dining beginning September 8th, 2020.
60 Day Speed Camera Warning Period for Speeding on Roosevelt Boulevard Ends July 31st. Fines Will Be Issued Beginning August 1st.
(PHILADELPHIA) As a result of legislative action in 2018 authorizing the use of speed cameras on Roosevelt Boulevard, the Philadelphia Parking Authority installed speed cameras at eight locations to improve safety and save lives in conjunction with Mayor Kenney's Vision Zero initiative. The cameras were activated on June 1st and after
PPA Activates Speed Cameras on Roosevelt Boulevard & Announces Start of 60 Day Warning Period on Monday – June 1st
(PHILADELPHIA) - Speed cameras have been installed in Philadelphia to improve safety and save lives. The PPA will activate those cameras on Monday, June 1st, by initiating a warning period of 60 days. In announcing the activation of eight automated speed enforcement cameras on Roosevelt Boulevard, PPA Executive Director Scott
Beginning Monday, June 1st, 2020, normal parking rates will apply at PPA operated Center City garages and select parking lots. Please see below for details pertaining to each each location: Family Court Garage (1503 Arch Street) – Normal operations and rates will apply beginning Monday, June 1st, 2020. Autopark at Jefferson (10th
Parking Enforcement: UPDATED 8/31/2020 Parking Meters: City-wide enforcement of meters resumed Monday, June 22nd, and contact-free payment options are available. Customers are encouraged to make contact-free payments through the PPA’s mobile payment app, meterUP. Mobile payments can also be made via meterUP by calling 1-877-727-5303. Residential Permit Parking: Enforcement of residential permit parking
As a result of the directives of Pennsylvania Governor, Tom Wolf and Philadelphia Mayor, Jim Kenney, concerning government agency closures during the current COVID-19 pandemic, processing of all requests for records under the PA Right to Know Law by the Philadelphia Parking Authority will be suspended until further notice. When
In episode 7 of the PPA Podcast, “The Petri Dish,” Scott Petri sits down with longtime PPA employee, Scott Rutizer. Formerly a Parking Enforcement Officer, Scott Rutizer is known for his infectious kind demeanor and positive outlook. After spending years walking the beat as a Parking Enforcement Officer, Scott recently
Need a reminder that spring is just around the corner? Here’s one: The Philadelphia Flower Show is making its return to the Pennsylvania Convention Center from February 29 - March 8. With this year’s theme encompassing a Riviera Holiday inspired by Mediterranean gardens, you instantly become wrapped up by the
February 2020: Board Meeting Round-Up On Tuesday, February 25, 2020, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Board met for its monthly meeting. The meeting agenda along with the Board approved motions can be found here.
PPA to Expand Installation of NEW “Pay-By-Plate” Parking Kiosks – with citywide completion set for end of summer.
(PHILADELPHIA) -- Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) Executive Director, Scott Petri, announced today that installation of the PPA's new solar-powered "Pay-By-Plate" parking kiosks will now be expanded citywide, beyond the initial Center City pilot area -- eventually replacing all existing kiosks and stand alone coin-operated parking meters throughout the city. According to
For episode 6 of the PPA Podcast, “The Petri Dish,” Scott Petri sits down with local urbanist and Philadelphia 3.0 Director of Engagement, Jon Geeting, to discuss the effectiveness and feasibility of dynamic on-street parking rates along with additional policies that could potentially improve traffic flow.