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You Can’t Park Here

DC makes a lot of money on parking tickets. We pulled all of the numbers for the District’s 2011 fiscal year to show just how much.

Click on the graphic to view a larger version.

Illustrations by Pete Sucheski. 

To read more about parking tickets in Washington, check out ‟The Startling Truth About DC Parking Tickets.” 

This article appears in the March 2012 issue of The Washingtonian.

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Comments
  • Tmarkstamm

    I think someone needs a remedial math lesson. This article says that the DC government takes in $11million while issuing 1.5 million tickets. That's about $7 per ticket. Is it really $111 million? You don't have to park in DC much to know that the issuance of parking tickets is the DC government's core competency. That $11 million number just jumped off the page as wildly wrong.
    A major point of the article is clearly incorrect.

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