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According to a Research, New York City Has Lost Almost $1 Billion in Parking Fines and Penalties Since 2017

Since 2017, unpaid parking fines and penalties have cost the city of New York almost one billion dollars in revenue that has been lost to the city.

This is what the Independent Budget Office of the city has found, according to their most recent study (IBO).

The investigation focused on infractions relating to unpaid parking, traffic, safety codes, and property.

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Since 2017, more than $5.8 billion in penalties have been levied, but just $4.78 billion of them have been paid back so far.

According to the government, approximately ten percent of the fines that were handed out in 2017, 2018, and 2019 have not been paid.

A municipality in the state of New Jersey has made the decision to provide drivers who have previous parking tickets with a significant reprieve.

These percentages have skyrocketed in the years that have followed, and they are projected to reach 29% in 2022.

According to the Independent Budget Office, New York City is forgoing another billion dollars in overdue fines for several additional quality-of-life violations.

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On the program Up Close, the anchor of Eyewitness News, Bill Ritter, had a conversation with New York City Comptroller Brad Lander about this matter.

“Those went up when we stopped booting cars during the pandemic, it’s not a surprise, the sheriff stopped booting cars, so a lot of people figured they won’t have to pay,” Lander said.

“It’s not a surprise, the sheriff stopped booting cars, so it’s possible that some people thought they won’t have to pay.”

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