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Tag: enforcement

Missouri sues 13 suburbs over revenue from traffic fines

Missouri sues 13 suburbs over revenue from traffic fines

| December 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Thirteen suburbs that ring St. Louis, MO were sued by the state’s Attorney General last week. The lawsuits claimed that the local governments had breached a state law that requires them to report the percentage of revenue earned from fines for traffic violations. The law further seeks to stifle efforts to derive profit from fines […]




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Detroit seeks to raise parking fines

Detroit seeks to raise parking fines

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Leaders of bankrupt Detroit haven’t found many ways to fill its empty coffers, but consultants hired to restructure the local government have identified at least one option that could raise an additional $6 million annually for the city: increasing its parking fines. Currently, drivers can be cited parking tickets of $20, $30, or $100, with […]




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Curbside appeal of New York City’s toniest address means parking perks

Curbside appeal of New York City’s toniest address means parking perks

| March 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Its tenants past and present—Alex Rodriguez, Elie Tahara, Denzel Washington, and Lloyd Blankfein—read like a Who’s Who of America’s recent history, tipping 15 Central Park West as New York City’s fanciest address. Its luxury offerings include a 75-foot, sky-lit lap pool and climate-controlled wine cellar priced at $80,000-plus, as well as an in-house chef ready […]




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NYC’s alternate side parking regulations back in force as weather improves

NYC’s alternate side parking regulations back in force as weather improves

| March 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Perhaps the only upside to the bad weather inflicted by snowstorm in New York was the suspension of alternate side parking regulations for 22 days. However, the good times are over as city officials resumed regulations due to much of the snow being cleared or melted away. The Department of Transportation (DoT) says that it will […]




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The Robocop of parking pits safety against privacy and jobs

The Robocop of parking pits safety against privacy and jobs

| February 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

The 2014 remake of Robocop opens nationwide today, but the public won’t meet its real-life counterpart for at least another year. That’s because K5, the diminutive robot set to police shopping malls, corporate campuses, and other public places, isn’t set for the assembly line till 2015. Sneak previews of the bot will be available for […]




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App fights parking tickets for you

App fights parking tickets for you

| January 21, 2014

In the fiscal year 2011-2012, San Francisco collected more than $83 million in parking-ticket revenue—and that was before it installed 1,300 additional parking meters in the city, creating more opportunities for officials to ticket drivers. David Hegarty doesn’t need to hear any of this. The entrepreneur behind the new parking app Fixed knows from experience. […]




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San Francisco combats double parking

San Francisco combats double parking

| October 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Three weeks after the supervisor for San Francisco’s District 8 called the city the “Wild West” of double parking, Mayor Ed Lee vowed never to commit commit the violation again. He also said that he would begin using his security detail to cite offenders. The mayor’s promise came after witnessing, on a single block of […]




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