Thursday Apr 10
PPA Has Issued Over 260 Tickets for Cars Parked in Bike Lanes Since January
The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia posted an update today on its joint #unblockbikelanes Twitter campaign with the Philadelphia Parking Authority.
Roosevelt Boulevard Crashes Have Increased Since Red Light Cameras
It has been a decade since the Philadelphia Parking Authority first installed red light cameras on the treacherous Roosevelt Boulevard, and now our state legislators are considering whether to add speed enforcement cameras to the roadway.
UberX May Be Coming to South Jersey
Over the weekend, a colleague told me that he had seen an Uber Philadelphia advertisement soliciting drivers for UberX, the low-cost Uber alternative that exists in some 40 U.S. markets, from Boston and New York to Milwaukee and Tulsa.
How many late-night PPA employees are needed at Philly airport?
Late at night, only a few cars trickle in and out of the parking facilities at the Philadelphia International Airport, leaving the Philadelphia Parking Authority employees stationed there with little to do.
Why Philly cabbies want PPA to greenlight a driver-owned taxi co-op
Some 20 cab drivers approached the Philadelphia Parking Authority in 2009 with a big idea they'd been kicking around for about four years, ever since the PPA took over regulation of Philly's cab industry.