Monthly Archives : September 2015


Parking Fails: Volume IV

Remember how we said this world would never be short of parking fails? Welp, unfortunately that statement is holding true month in and month out. If you haven’t already, check out our past editions of parking fails, then feast your eyes on this month’s gems. And yes — that is
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TLD Papal Visit Operations

Notice to All Interested Parties: Due to the Papal visit to Philadelphia this weekend, the Taxicab and Limousine Division ("TLD") Customer Service Window and inspection garage will be closed on Friday, September 25th and Monday, September 28th, with normal operations resuming on Tuesday, September 29th.  The TLD Customer Service Window and

Change of Date for Regular Board Meeting

The Board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority has changed the date for the regularly scheduled Board Meeting for October from Tuesday, October 27, 2015 to Wednesday, October 21, 2015.  It will be held in the Board Room of the Authority’s Headquarters, 701 Market Street, Suite 5400, Philadelphia, PA 19106.
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Taxicab Safety Cameras

Notice To All Interested Parties: Attached here is an updated list of the Approved Safety Camera Vendors (Download) to secure compliant safety camera systems, which is also posted on the Taxicab and Limousine Division's "Resources and Forms" page. Verifeye, Inc. has been removed from this list. To date, Verifeye has not received any

How to Reach the PPA During the Papal Visit

Pope Francis will be in Philadelphia during the World Meeting of Families Pilgrimage and the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) has been diligently working with city officials, SEPTA and the police set up Security Perimeters and keep the public informed about what to expect during the visit. For helpful information about getting
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Taxis During the Papal Visit

Philadelphia will host his Holiness, Pope Francis, during the World Meeting of Families Pilgrimage later this month. It’s a huge honor, and it’s expected to bring thousands of visitors — and up to 1.5 million people for the Papal mass — to the city. This influx of people will be
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