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April 2019: Board Meeting Round-Up

April 2019: Board Meeting Round-Up On Tuesday, April 23, 2019, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Board met for its monthly meeting. The meeting agenda along with the Board approved motions can be found here.        
  • Posted on 24 Apr 2019
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2018 Accomplishments of the Philadelphia Parking Authority

2018 Accomplishments   Corporate Governance Accredited with distinction by the International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI). Three (3) garages rated as premier – Parkade on 8th, Galleria Garage, and Family Court Garage. Delivered over $119 million to government entities. Reorganized the Engineering department, now known as Construction Management and Capital Projects and
  • Posted on 28 Mar 2019
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March 2019: Board Meeting Round-Up

March 2019: Board Meeting Round-Up On Tuesday, March 19, 2019, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Board met for its monthly meeting. The meeting agenda along with the Board approved motions can be found here.          
  • Posted on 21 Mar 2019
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PPA Taxi and Limousine Division Provides Alert to Parents During Prom & Graduation Season

  At this time of the year many families are busy preparing for Proms and Graduations. A key part of your preparations may be making transportation arrangements.  In that regard, the Philadelphia Parking Authority (Authority) wants to help safeguard your loved ones from illegal and unsafe limousine operators. Limousine carriers operating between
  • Posted on 15 Mar 2019
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PPA Testifies on Effectiveness of Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles for the Disabled

During a public hearing last week before the state Independent Regulatory Review Commission, Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) officials testified about the effectiveness of wheelchair accessible vehicle (“WAV”) services in Philadelphia, contending current regulations do not provide "sufficient oversight." PPA Executive Director Scott Petri said, “ As the governing entity tasked with
  • Posted on 26 Feb 2019
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Where to Park for the Philadelphia Flower Show

Need a reminder that spring is just around the corner? Then it’s time to gear up for one of Philly’s renowned annual events: the Philadelphia Flower Show. Considered an annual blockbuster—and the world’s oldest and largest indoor floral event—the Philadelphia Flower Show will return to the Pennsylvania Convention Center from March
  • Posted on 25 Feb 2019
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February 2019: Board Meeting Round-Up

February 2019: Board Meeting Round-Up On Tuesday, February 19, 2019, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Board met for its monthly meeting. The meeting agenda along with the Board approved motions can be found here.    
  • Posted on 22 Feb 2019
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Where to Park for the Philadelphia Auto Show

Alright, folks. Get those engines revved up: One of Philly’s most beloved annual events, the Philadelphia Auto Show, will once again be turning heads at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Here’s the scoop: From February 2 – February 10, automobile enthusiasts are in for a treat, as more than 700 concept, classic and exotic
  • Posted on 28 Jan 2019
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January 2019: Board Meeting Round-Up

January 2019: Board Meeting Round-Up On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Board met for its monthly meeting. The meeting agenda along with the Board approved motions can be found here.
  • Posted on 23 Jan 2019
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City Offers Relief Assistance to Federal Workers Affected by Shutdown

  PHILADELPHIA - Mayor Kenney today announced that City departments and agencies will offer flexibility in bill payments to federal workers affected by the partial shutdown of the U.S. government. “Tens of thousands of federal employees live and work in Philadelphia, and we know some are already struggling,” said Mayor Kenney. “Martin Luther
  • Posted on 22 Jan 2019
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