Philadelphia Parking Authority gives back an advantage for motorists looking for a place to park their car while doing something on vacation.
From now on New Year's Day, meters and kiosk parking will be free throughout the city every Saturday after. 11:00. In addition, drivers will be able to pay a fixed price to park in selected garages between kl. 11 and midnight.
"We want to encourage buyers to come to the city center and experience all the wonders and conveniences of vacation shopping in the city center and some of our busy commercial districts throughout the city," said PPA CEO Scott Petri in a statement. "Our goal is to generate more trade and make it as practical as possible for the customers. "
Drivers wishing to park in a garage can do so by asking the garage control office for a $ 8 approval ticket at the following locations: [1[ads1]9659005]
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