As the question of whether the Philadelphia Parking Authority has the power to create its own taxicab regulations without public input awaits argument before the state Supreme Court, the Commonwealth Court has ruled that agency-issued citations based on those regulations remain unenforceable in the meantime.

In a pair of similar Aug. 3 opinions both captioned Germantown Cab Co. v. Philadelphia Parking Authority , a three-judge panel tossed out the PPA’s fines, saying its April 2010 ruling in another identically captioned case now known as Germantown Cab I holds.

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