Parking Fees Going Up In Boston

BOSTON, MA (WBZ-AM) -- If you get a parking ticket in Boston in the future, be prepared to dig a little  deeper in your wallet. That's because the fees are going up.

Earlier this month, the City Council recently voted to increase the fees – significantly.

This means Starting July 2 the new rules call for the fines for resident parking violation to go up from $40 to $60.

While overnight towing for street cleaning will end, cars parked in violation of the daytime street cleaning a parking ticket with a fine of $40 and will continue to be subject to be towed as well.

Here’s a full list of the pricing change.

  • 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 $55
  • 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 Zone A, from $25 to $40

According to The City of Boston over 1.3 million parking tickets were issued in Boston in fiscal year 2017.

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