‘Scan to Pay’: Officials warn of fake QR pay-to-park code
February 4, 2024

Baltimore Parking Authority warns against QR code parking meter scam
Baltimore Sun
February 2, 2024

Baltimore City officials warn of bogus QR codes on parking meters
February 2, 2024

Someone's trying to scam people parking in the city
WMAR2 News
February 1, 2024

Scan Scam: Pay attention when paying for parking in Baltimore — don’t scan this QR code
Baltimore Fishbowl
January 31, 2024

Press Release: January 9, 2024
Fleet & Eden Garage Available Effective Tuesday, January 9, 2024, from 9:00 AM until Wednesday, January 10, 2024, at noon, available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

Charm City Effect: Parking Authority of Baltimore City Focuses on Results for Everyone.
Parking and Mobility
July, 2023

Baltimore City Parking Authority announces office relocation and temporary closure dates
July 10, 2023
Fox 45 News

Data-Driven Parking in Baltimore Saves Money, Boosts Equity
Baltimore’s innovative parking strategy rooted in human-centered design looks beyond individual parking spots and toward a more equitable use of city roadways.
September 2022
Government Technology

City parking garage in Fells Point reopens after van explosion
Thursday, July 28th, 2022
Fox 45 News

Baltimore replaces pay-and-display street parking meters with license plate system
May 14, 2021
Baltimore Fishbowl

Baltimore City Replaces Pay and Display Parking Meters with Pay by License Plate Meters
May 14, 2021
WMAR-2 News

Press Release: Baltimore City Replaces Pay and Display Parking Meters with Pay by License Plate Meters
May 13, 2021

Parking enforcement set to resume for residential permit parking in Baltimore City
August 6, 2020
WMAR 2 News

City Officials: Fells Point Residents Should Move Cars, Prepare For Potential Tropical Storm Isaias Flooding
August 2, 2020, at 9:32 pm
WJZ-13 News

City leaders are monitoring the path of Tropical Storm Isaias
Monday, August 3rd, 2020
Fox45 News

City officials to open parking garages as they warn residents of possible flooding
Aug 02, 2020
WMAR-2 News

Baltimore warns of potential flooding, opens parking garages
Aug 2, 2020

Parking Meter Enforcement To Resume in Baltimore on July 13
July 8, 2020
Fox 45 WBFF

Violators Will Be Ticketed: Fighting Disability-Parking-Placard Fraud
June 21, 2020
Car and Driver Magazine

Hampden retailers prepare for reopening and curbside delivery
May 27, 2020
WMAR ABC Baltimore

Baltimore City To Allow Curbside Pickup At Stores, Plan For Restaurant Reopenings
May 27, 2020
WBAL News Radio

Baltimore City To Allow Curbside Retail Wednesday, Outdoor Exercise Classes Of Up To 10 People Allowed
May 26, 2020
WJZ  CBS Baltimore

Baltimore to allow curbside pickup for retail stores
May 26, 2020
Baltimore Fishbowl

Baltimore to begin allowing curbside pickup at retail stores, Mayor Young announces
May 26, 2020 
Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City stores can open for curbside pickup Wednesday
May 26, 2020 

Baltimore Front Line Health Care Workers Can Apply To Park In City-Owned Garages For Free During COVID-19 Pandemic
April 30, 2020, at 3:50 pm
WJZ CBS Baltimore

Coronavirus Latest: No Payment Required At Baltimore Parking Meters, Restrictions Not In Effect During Emergency Period
March 23, 2020
WJZ CBS Baltimore 

‘Waze of parking’ comes to Baltimore
Jan. 31, 2020 7:53 am
Technically Baltimore

Tired of Baltimore parking tickets? Now there's an app for that.
Jan 29, 2020, 4:01pm EST
Baltimore Business Journal

New parking meters coming to Baltimore, making it easier to pay
December 13, 2019

Baltimore parking meters will be receipt-less & payable by phone
November 6, 2019

Baltimore Working On $5M Overhaul Of Parking Meter System
November 6, 2019

Baltimore installing receipt-free parking meters; cellphone parking apps coming soon
November 6, 2019
Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City to test virtual permit parking
April 11, 2018

8 Things You Need to Know This Morning
April 10, 2018
Baltimore Business Journal

Baltimore Wants to Make Residential Parking Permits Virtual
April 9, 2018, at 6:47 a.m. 

No more stickers: Baltimore wants to make residential parking permits virtual
April 9, 2018
Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Wants to Make Residential Parking Permits Virtual
April 9, 2018
Washington Post

Baltimore wants to make residential parking permits virtual
April 9, 2018
Seattle Times

Baltimore Wants To Make Residential Parking Permits Virtual 
April 9, 2018
CBS Baltimore / WJZ

Baltimore Wants to Test Virtual Parking Permits
April 9, 2018
Government Technology

Maryland Perspective
November 19, 2017

On Time, CBS (WJZ) Baltimore
Sunday, November 5, 2017

Next Phase of "ProjectSpace" Announced
Thursday, October 26th, 2017
WBFF Fox 45

Handicapped drivers must pay for parking in Mount Vernon beginning Oct. 30
October 16, 2017
The Baltimore Sun

ProjectSPACE Phase 4 coming to Mount Vernon Oct. 30
October 16, 2017
The Daily Record

City to Reserve 40 Paid Parking Spots in Mount Vernon for Handicapped Drivers
October 16, 2017

Baltimore City Parking Authority To Adjust Parking Meter Rates
By Tracey Leong, WJZ (CBS Baltimore)
July 8, 2017

Parking prices to rise in Downtown Baltimore based on demand
Kelly Andersen, Fox 45
July 7, 2017

Parking meter rates to change in Central Business District
Lisa Robinson, WBAL-TV
July 7, 2017

Baltimore Plans to Base Parking Rates on Demand for Spots
Baltimore plans to base parking meter rates on demand on some downtown streets.
US News and World Report
July 7, 2017

Downtown Baltimore parking rates to be set based on demand for spots
Baltimore Sun
July 7, 2017

Community Architect Daily
Thursday, July 6, 2017

Parking Authority to adjust downtown Baltimore meter rates by demand
July 6, 2017
The Baltimore Sun

Some downtown parking meters could rise to $5 an hour by 2023
June 27, 2017
The Baltimore Business Journal

ProjectSPACE Expands in Baltimore
May, 2017
The Parking Professional

ProjectSPACE Launches in Federal Hill
April 17, 2017
ABC2 News

PABC to launch Phase 3 of ProjectSPACE in Baltimore Monday
Daily Record Staff
April 12, 2017
Daily Record

Federal Hill to Get 24 More Paid Parking Spots Reserved for Disabled Drivers
Ethan McLeod 
Monday, Mar 27, 2017 10:27am
Baltimore Fishbowl

ProjectSPACE Coming to Federal Hill April, 2017
March 27, 2017

Sweet Spot: Expanded On-Street Parking for Drivers with Disabilities Comes to Federal Hill
Zoe Zellers
March 27, 2017
Fox 45 News

Parking prices to rise in Downtown Baltimore based on demand
Fox 45 News
 July 7th, 2017

Rawlings-Blake's parting gift
Baltimore Sun Editorial
November 16, 2016

Rawlings-Blake says she will bypass City Council, approve plan to sell Baltimore parking garages
Baltimore Sun by Luke Broadwater & Yvonne Wenger
November 14, 2016

Maryland Today, Jeff St. Pierre
iHeart Radio, WPOC
October 2, 2016

Parking Authority of Baltimore City Launches Project SPACE Phase 2
Baltimore CityBizList
September 27, 2016

Handicap Parking No Longer Free
CBS Baltimore
September 26, 2016

Project Space - Phase 2 Details
Comcast Newsmakers with Parking Authority of Baltimore City
September 14, 2016

Project Space - Phase 2 Details
Comcast Newsmakers with Mayor's Office on Disabilities
September 14, 2016

Phase 2 of ProjectSPACE starts mid-September
August 29, 2016

Parking Program Aims to Make Sure Disabled People Get to Use Reserved Spots
Baltimore Fishbowl by Stephen Babcock
August 24, 2016

Parking Authority of Baltimore City’s ProjectSPACE to Launch September 27
Baltimore Sun by Colin Campbell
August 23, 2016

Parking authority, city to launch second phase of ProjectSPACE
The Daily Record
August 22, 2016

Parking Authority of Baltimore City’s ProjectSPACE to Launch September 27
August 22, 2016

Phase 2 of ProjectSPACE is about to go into effect
Insight on Disability, WCBM
August 21, 2016

Coming soon: More on-street parking for city drivers with disabilities, but at a price
Fox 45 News By Zoe Zellers
Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

Handicap parking meters to be expanded to Fells Point, Harbor East
citybizlist, July 13, 2016

Baltimore announces expansion of plan requiring disabled drivers to pay for handicap spots in Fells Point, Harbor East Baltimore Sun by Andrew Dunn
July 13, 2016

City Moves To Expand Electric-Vehicle Charging In Municipal Garages
The Baltimore Sun
MAY 13, 2015

Baltimore City Debuts Parking Meters For Drivers With Disabilities
WBAL Radio 1090
July 9, 2014


New Initiative To Free Up City Parking, Help Disabled Drivers
Jul 9, 2014

City To Reserve Hundreds Of Parking Spaces For Disabled
Yvonne Wenger, Baltimore Sun

Spring Launch Planned For ProjectSPACE
Ursula V. Battle, Baltimore Times