There have been recent questions asked about how payment is made on the streets in Lancaster city. The “old fashioned” meters were 50 years old, and parts and service are nearly obsolete. In anticipation of this issue, over 10 years ago, we incorporated on-street multi-space kiosks (with the additional benefit of cleaning up the Streetscape) and a new technology at the time, pay by phone. More recently, most of the old meters were eliminated (except on Market Street between the Post Office and County Building) but making sure there is nearly one kiosk per block within the Downtown Investment District (DID), with only a few exceptions, so that someone can […]
Lancaster Parking Authority’s Executive Director Writes a Book about Parking
Lancaster, PA — Larry J. Cohen, Executive Director of the Lancaster Parking Authority, has written a book called The Quirky World of Parking about his experiences in the parking industry.
LPA will provide Lancaster City with free on-street parking. Read the article to find out more. Read Full Article Here
Starting at the end of this year, when you pay for on-street parking in Lancaster city, you’ll identify your vehicle by license plate rather than parking space number. Read Full Article Here
Visitors to Downtown Lancaster can now pay for on-street parking at more than 1,000 spots with an app on their smartphones and tablets. Read Full Article Here Read the Press Release Here For more information on Pay By Phone click Here
What can LPA do to help prevent suicides. Read/Watch Here