As long as there are humans on earth, there will be inadvertent human error — and parking tickets are not foreign to that philosophy, especially if it’s one of your first times using our pay-by-plate parking kiosks.
We get it. Mistakes happen — and we include ourselves in that statement. But
Philly has some of the best food in the nation. Think about it: Where else are you going to get a better cheesesteak or soft pretzel than our nation’s birthplace? And with hundreds of delicious places to eat covering nearly every cuisine imaginable, it can be a tough decision to
PPA is excited to announce in the next coming months, we will release an app that allows customers to make payments and reserve parking in our center city garages. But here's the thing, we need your help. This app needs a name, and we'd like to hear from you.
Benjamin Tribuiani, deputy manager of operations for the Philadelphia Parking Authority(PPA), recently received the “Impression Makers” award from Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.
Tribuiani oversees the day-to-day processes of the PPA. He is responsible for administering policies
For a flat rate of only $10 on Saturdays, you can park at the following PPA garages between 11 a.m. and 12 midnight. This discounted rate will be in effect from Saturday, November 26th, 2022, until the new year.
Note: To receive the $10 flat-rate, please visit the garage
(PHILADELPHIA) – Today, the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) announced the hiring of Richard Lazer as Executive Director. Lazer currently serves as the Deputy Mayor for Labor for the City of Philadelphia. In this role, Lazer worked directly with the Mayor and key staff on all city economic development projects. He
Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) Lot Attendant Supervisor Messan Amlon recently received the “Impression Makers” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.
As a supervisor on the 2-10:30 p.m. shift, Amlon oversees the lot attendants who are assigned
PHILADELPHIA — City officials today announced that another Center City bus lane enforcement initiative is planned for this Fall. Philadelphia and The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) police departments and supervisors, and the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) will prioritize bus lane enforcement on Chestnut Street between 23rd and 6th Streets, Market
FROM LEFT: PPA Deputy Director, Corinne O'Connor. PPA Board Chair, Beth Grossman. Parking Enforcement Officer Carla Evans. KYW's Racquel Williams. PPA General Counsel, Dennis Weldon.
This week Bridging Philly invited the Philadelphia Parking Authority to get a better understanding of the authority and their mission. KYW’s Racquel Williams sits down with