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More than 90,000 overdue parking and red light camera tickets were paid at the end of 2015.

Ravenswood Manor »

Tickets issued in the city spike after state stops sending registration renewal notices to save money.

Downtown »

City will dismiss any fines, penalties and interest fees from tickets issued before 2012 until Thursday.

Downtown »

For tickets issued before 2012, Chicago is waiving fees and interest if paid in the next 6 weeks.

South Loop »

Enforcement officers use one device to check electronic meter payments and a separate to write tickets.

Downtown »

Mayoral candidate's proposal would rescind penalty fees and establish potential payment plans.

Englewood »

Fire Dept: In an emergency "We have two choices: Find another hydrant or go through the car with an ax."

Downtown »

The insurance firm plans to hand out $60 to those who bring tickets to 435 N. Michigan on April 23.

West Loop »

The system aims to eliminate the need to dash from car to pay box, or display a windshield receipt.  

Downtown »

After years of declines, the number of tickets issued in the city went up last year to 2.5 million.

Downtown »

Enforcement teams working for Chicago Parking Meters now write one-third of all parking meter tickets.

Wicker Park »

The Parking Ticket Geek from The Expired Meter gets flooded with questions. He's got the answers.