The Toronto Parking Authority (TPA) is a City agency that operates municipal on-street pay and display parking and off-street parking facilities in Toronto. The TPA’s Bike Share program (Bike Share Toronto) provides bicycle rentals on a short-term basis throughout Toronto.
View the City’s Budget for the TPA for detailed information on service activities.
Read the TPA’s latest Annual Report for highlights of its recent initiatives.
The Toronto Parking Authority was established under the City of Toronto Act, 1997 (repealed) and is continued as a City agency under the City of Toronto Act, 2006.
Toronto Municipal Code, Chapter 179, Parking Authority sets out the governance structure for the TPA including its powers and duties, delegated authorities, reporting requirements and other matters. Chapter 179 also sets out the composition for the TPA’s Board of Directors, which is responsible for supervising the management of the business and affairs of the TPA including overseeing the implementation of corporate strategy by management and the investment of TPA’s capital reserve.
City Council at its meeting on July 4 to 7, 2017 had put in place a temporary structure and approved an Interim Board for the TPA. The Interim TPA Board consisted of three City officials (City Manager, Deputy City Manager of Community and Social Services and Deputy City Manager, Corporate Services).
On January 30, 2019, City Council restored the previous composition of the TPA Board of five public members and two Council members, with all members appointed by Toronto City Council.
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