Professor: Ticket Trap Near Prospect Park Generating Tens Of Thousand$ For NYCA parking sign near Prospect Park West and 9th Street is generating tens of thousands of dollars for New York City in parking tickets, according to a Brooklyn Collage professor.
Nassau Judge: Enforcement Of 20-Year-Old Tickets Is Attempt To Clear BacklogMultiple drivers on Long Island were recently shocked and baffled by traffic tickets dating back 20 years or more.
Drivers Move From Courtroom To Web To Fight Parking, Bus Lane TicketsTechnology is a two-way street when it comes to parking violations in New York City.
CBS2 Exclusive: Nassau Lawmakers Agree With Complaints About Fees For Dismissed TicketsA CBS2 story Thursday about parking ticket fees in Nassau County has received an overwhelming response.
Extra Parking Ticket Fee Infuriates Nassau Drivers, But Judge Advises Getting Used To ItSome Long Island drivers are livid, after their tickets were dismissed but they were stuck with a costly surcharge anyway.
De Blasio Done Answering Questions About Aide Noerdlinger, BoyfriendMayor Bill de Blasio has shut down continuing questions about Rachel Noerdlinger -- the chief of staff for First Lady Chirlane McCray –- and Noerdlinger’s new boyfriend.
Report: City Is Owed Over $16 Million By Foreign Countries For Unpaid Parking TicketsThe Department of Finance says Egypt tops the list of more than 180 countries with nearly $2 million in outstanding debt as of this summer.
Assemblyman To Distribute Plastic Holders For 'Flimsy' Muni Meter ReceiptsNew York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind (D-Brooklyn) has partnered with the city Department of Transportation for an effort to distribute receipt holders for those who park using Muni meters.
Patchogue Merchants Worry Downtown Parking Ticket Blitz Is Hurting BusinessThe rebirth of Patchogue's downtown is coming with a price: a parking ticket blitz.
City Council Member Calls NYC's Black Friday Parking Regulations 'Disgusting' Black Friday might feel like a holiday -- but it's not. At least not when it comes to the city's parking regulations, WCBS 880's Jim Smith reported.
A Fine Myth Dispelled: City Collecting Less Cash For ViolationsAccording to the city's Independent Budget Office, the Bloomberg Administration is hauling in less money from fines than it did a few years ago.
Report: NYC To Boot More Cars By End Of SummerThere is some good news and some bad news out this morning for those who rack up lots of unpaid parking tickets.