Executive Director, Parking Authority of Baltimore City
Peter Little was appointed to be the Executive Director for the Parking Authority of Baltimore City in 2004. The Parking Authority serves the City of Baltimore, its residents, businesses and visitors by managing the parking assets of the City and developing and implementing parking solutions. The Parking Authority has oversight of 14 City-owned garages and 24 City-owned lots. Furthermore, the Parking Authority administers on-street parking programs for the City including parking meters, the City’s Residential Parking Permit (RPP) programs, reserved parking spaces for residents with permanent disabilities, truck loading zones, passenger loading zones, and valet parking zones. The Parking Authority has been a leader in the Baltimore Region in the installation of pay-on-foot parking revenue control equipment in its off-street facilities, solar-powered multi-space and “smart” single-space parking meters that accept credit and debit cards, a program to provide on-street metered parking to people with disabilities while curbing the theft and abuse of disability placards (Project Space) in Baltimore City, and demand-based parking meter rate setting to foster greater availability at metered parking spaces.
Before joining the Parking Authority, Mr. Little served as Mid-Atlantic Vice-President & Regional Manager with Standard Parking, overseeing operations in the Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Wilmington, DE, Richmond, VA and Charlotte, NC areas. Mr. Little began his career in parking management with CarrPark (later merged into Interpark) in Washington, D.C. where he served as Vice President, Operations. Mr. Little has been with the parking industry for 25 years and has been in service industry management for over 30 years.
Mr. Little is an active member of both the International Parking Institute and the Mid-Atlantic Parking Association.
Mr. Little has been a reading tutor, through Reading Partners, at Arundel Elementary & Middle School in Cherry Hill since 2014.
Mr. Little earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston College.