As cities start to reopen, Philly has moved into the yellow phase. That means everything isn't quite open at 100% but some business are open. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the city got a little lenient with certain things. For instance, parking meter enforcement was paused, but starting back today, I hope you paid for that parking. According to NBC 10, the Philadelphia Parking Authority is back on the job and will be issuing tickets if you haven't paid that meter. The PPA began enforcing parking meter enforcement on Monday, March 8, in Center City and University City. But you may be okay, because parking enforcement in the rest of the city and residential parking zone enforcement resumes on June 22. And as for SEPTA, they are requiring riders to wear a mask as the city moves into phases. That means there will be more riders on the buses as the businesses reopen. As far as masks, it can be a mask or any type of face covering like a scarf, bandana or even a t-shirt. And SEPTA will have some masks available at customer service locations.