Road closures, SEPTA schedules for Made in America
The Budweiser Made in America music festival will again shine an international spotlight on Philadelphia - and bring the usual street closures and traffic detours in Center City through the Labor Day weekend.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
8th and Filbert May Look Like Crap Nowa
Here's a rendering from the Philadelphia Parking Authority of its vision for the future of 8th and Filbert.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Germantown Cab Co. barred from service in Phila., but still running
Philadelphia Parking Authority inspectors will be out in force this weekend to impound taxis operated by Germantown Cab Co., which has refused to recognize the agency's right to regulate it.
Phila. Parking Authority Pushes Reward to $50,000 in Slain Jogger Case
The reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the murder of a Northeast Philadelphia woman reached $50,000 this morning.
August 8: Connor Barwin on urbanism | Uber's new cheap paratransit |...
Philadelphia Eagle Connor Barwin talks about why urbanism matters , why he likes riding his bike in the city, and how he got involved in the Ralph Brooks Park restoration effort.
99 Percent of Philly Parking Tickets Are Perfectly Legit
If you live in Philadelphia or park in it on occasion, you necessarily hate the Philadelphia Parking Authority and its trolling band of uniformed parking enforcers, who make your life miserable with their little handheld parking ticket generators and their unique inability to offer an ounce of human compassion or empathy.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Protests against Lyft are adding up
A hearing on whether to grant ride-sharing company Lyft a permanent license to begin experimental service in Allegheny County and statewide is on hold, but the list of protests filed against the application has grown to include the Philadelphia Parking Authority and nearly five dozen taxi companies.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
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Philly Man Says He Got a Ticket for an Expired Meter Before Getting Out of His Car
A Philadelphia man says an officer gave him a ticket for an expired meter before he even had a chance to get out of his car.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Philadelphia Cabs Set To Have Security Cameras
THE PPA will force every cab in the city to use security cameras in the fall. They say it's in the interest of safety, but some people say the cameras may record the wrong things.