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Where to Park: Screening Under The Stars

Catching a flick these days isn’t all that cheap. From tickets to popcorn and candy, you tend to walk out of the theater with a burnt hole in your pocket. Luckily with summer underway, it’s time to pull out the lawn chairs for Screening Under the Stars! Here’s The Deal: Every Thursday
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Parking Garage Safety Tips

If you drive into Philly multiple times a week for work, there’s a chance you park your vehicle in a garage. Since safety is always a top priority for us at our AutoParks, we wanted to give you a brief rundown on some safety tips. Although most of these tips
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PPA at Work: Parking Enforcement Officers Receive Counter-Terrorism Training

One of the guiding principles of the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s (PPA)  mission is to ensure the safety of Philadelphia’s residents and visitors. With over 200 Parking Enforcement Officers patrolling the streets, the PPA is in a unique position to continually assist law enforcement agencies in combating terrorism. Acknowledging the unique role
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Getting Parked for Wizard World

  Come Thursday, June 1, don’t be surprised if you see Chewbaccas, Storm Troopers or Obi-Wan Kenobis  strolling the Center City streets. That’s because Wizard World Comic Con has returned to the Pennsylvania Convention Center! Here’s the scoop: Pop culture will come to life. . . in a big way. Whether you’re a
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PPA Funding Part 1

  The Philadelphia Parking Authority has multiple priorities and goals that guide our daily operations. These goals include: Provide comprehensive on-street parking management services. Set standards of excellence and fair pricing through the construction and management of off-street parking facilities. Assist in presenting a first rate introduction to the region by
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Funding PPA Municipal Lots

A vital component of our obligation to residents and visitors is to provide safe, affordable and convenient off-street parking options in our city. Recognizing the limited street space available in our neighborhoods, we operate and maintain 43 neighborhood lots throughout the city. Of those 43 lots, 25 are free to both
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