Philly’s controller to audit PPA’s parking enforcement

July 11, 2018

By Staff

Philadelphia’s controller will audit the way the Philadelphia Parking Authority staffs and spends money on salaries for its on-street parking enforcement. It will be the second major audit of PPA operations conducted within the past year.

Philadelphia’s street parking enforcement division brought in $135 million in fiscal year 2017, according to PPA data. Of that, about $37.4 million went to the city. Another $10 million to the school district. Rebecca Rhynhart, the city’s controller said Wednesday that she wants to look at the parking enforcement division to determine if it could reduce its internal expenses to provide more money for the district.

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