Parking fines will be increased in Boston beginning Monday, July 2 for those in violation of 11 regulations, Boston officials announced.
The increased violations will be charged as follows:
- Resident Parking, from $40 to $60
- Overnight Street Cleaning (Ticket But No Tow), from $40 to $90
- Loading Zone, from $55 to $90
- No Parking Zone A, from $55 to $90
- No Parking Zone B, from $25 to $55
- Double Parking Zone A, from $45 to $55
- Double Parking Zone B, from $30 to $35
- No Stopping or Standing, from $75 to $90
- Meter Fee Unpaid, from $25 to $40
- Over Meter Time Limit, from $25 to $40
- Over Posted Time Limit, from $25 to $40
The city issued more than 1.3 million parking tickets in the 2017 fiscal year, according to the city’s website. It also announced that more than 33,000 parking enforcement requests were received in the first 10 months of the 2018 fiscal year.
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The revenue from the increased fines will go towards the city’s long-term transportation plan, Go Boston 2030.
For more information on the city's long-term transportation plan, visit here.