Boston: Towing For Street Cleaning, Regular Ticketing Back On April 20


BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Boston Acting Mayor Kim Janey announced Tuesday that several leniencies around parking in the city would lapse on April 20.

The city said it will start towing cars that are parked in posted street-sweeping areas again, and will begin towing cars without a resident sticker.

The leniencies have been in place because of the pandemic.

Another rule to be rolled back is the "ticket amnesty" allowance for healthcare workers. Since the Pandemic began, healthcare workers that got tickets while working could appeal and get the ticket removed.

The city will not ticket residents with expired inspection stickers until May 31.

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