Monthly Archives : July 2015

Where to Park for Restaurant Week

Remember that ridiculous $17,000 check Lane Johnson tweeted about a year ago? Or that even more outrageous response from Evan Mathis? It begs the question, just how can a group of guys eat $17,000 worth of food — and is Del Frisco’s really that good? Fortunately, you won’t have to
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Special Board Meeting

The Board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority will hold a special meeting Thursday, August 6th at 9:30 am. in the Board Room of the Authority’s headquarters, 701 Market Street, Suite 5400, Philadelphia, PA 19106.
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Red-Light Camera Ticket FAQs

Running a red light is no joke — it puts you, pedestrians and other motorists in danger. And aside from putting a dent in your car, you can also put one in your wallet with a whopping $100 fine! Here’s the deal: In some cases, a red light ticket doesn’t need
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#TBT: Penn’s Landing AutoPark

Alright, folks. Time for another stroll down the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s (PPA) Memory Lane. If you visited Penn’s Landing in the mid ‘90s, there’s a good chance you parked at our lot under the bridge, then made a beeline for South Street. For nearly five years, the PPA operated the aptly named
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RFP No. 15-17 Emergency Snow Removal Services at Philadelphia International Airport

This Request for Proposals (RFP) is being issued by the Philadelphia Parking Authority (the “Authority”). The Authority is soliciting written proposals from qualified vendors for emergency snow removal services at Philadelphia International Airport under a three year Contract. The sole contact at the Authority shall be Mary Wheeler, Manager of
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Parking Fails: Volume 1

We’ve all seen our share of bad parking jobs. You know — the types that leave you scratching your head wondering what could have possibly been going through the driver's mind before turning off the ignition. In fact, some park jobs are so mind boggling, they become Internet viral sensations.
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Notice of Rescheduling of Sales of Wheelchair Accessible Taxicab Medallions

Notice of Rescheduling of Sales of Wheelchair Accessible Taxicab Medallions On March 7, 2015, notice was published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin of the Philadelphia Parking Authority's Board Order 15-003 directing the Taxicab & Limousine Division ("TLD") to administer the sale of 61 Philadelphia taxicab medallions, each of which are designated as

Where to Park for Bastille Day in Fairmount

Do you have an insatiable appetite for Tastykakes, French culture or history in general? Welp — come Saturday, July, 11, 2015 at 5:30 p.m., those appetites will be fulfilled as the Eastern State Penitentiary celebrates Bastille Day! Once again, Eastern State Penitentiary is partnering with The Bearded Ladies to “accurately portray”
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