The City of Toronto has just killed 880,000 parking tickets!
On Sunday, the city claimed that this number represents less than 3% of all parking tickets issued between 2002 and 2014, and that these tickets include ones where a trial or retrial was requested, but no date had been scheduled yet.
The tickets were canceled because they either exceeded the appropriate time frame or had no reasonable prospect of conviction.
The tickets would have generated $20 million in revenue, but likely would have cost the city $23 million to bring them to court and run them through the system.
Now, the city is trying to find an efficient alternative to how tickets are processed.
Was your ticket one of the thousands canceled? Follow the link HERE.