Here are some sample questions that could show up on the test to become a Parking Enforcement Officer. See how you would do! 1. A sign states “2 HOUR PARKING 8:00AM-6:30PM EXCEPT SUNDAY”. On Sunday, an officer encounters the vehicle at 2:17PM and the vehicle is still there at 4:25PM.
Do you ever wonder where Philadelphia’s traffic regulations come from or where you can find them? The City’s website, www.phila.gov, has a link to the City Code and Charter. You can find the link on their homepage, under the word "Transparency." The Traffic Code is in Chapter 12. There you will find
Busy lifestyle? With smart phones in hand, we understand being on the go all the time. That’s why we are thrilled that SeeClickFix.com is coming to Philadelphia. This is a site that allows users to upload photos of physical problems such as potholes, illegal dumpsters, and sidewalk deterioration. Is there
What is the Registration Suspend Program? In 2004, the Pennsylvania General Assembly enacted a law authorizing the Philadelphia Parking Authority to request the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDot) to suspend the vehicle registration of a motorist who has six or more unpaid parking tickets issued in the previous three years. There are
Every day the PPA is hard at work, striving to provide the City of Philadelphia with exceptional service, contributing to the improvement of traffic flow and public safety. As we all know this job isn’t easy, but when we hear of a Job Well Done it is our duty to acknowledge
Can you imagine what life in Philadelphia would be like without the Parking Authority? Before you get out the cigars and champagne to start the celebration, let me give you just a little bit of insight to some possible scenarios… It’s a beautiful spring day and you feel like doing some shopping