How Much 25 Major Cities Make in Parking Ticket Revenue Per Capita #infographic

How Much 25 Major Cities Make in Parking Ticket Revenue Per Capita #infographic


The revenue from town-earned parking tickets is intended to fund transit programs and to fix crumbling infrastructure. But with some towns in the United States beginning to privatize their parking meters, will that money continue to benefit the public? This infographic on TopViewNYC.com ranks twenty-five major U.S. cities on how much per capita income they earn from parking tickets.

Chicago is one of the cities that has begun privatizing its parking meters and exhibiting the most expensive meters in the country with a top-ranking revenue of $97.20 per capita. Phoenix, AZ, has more than enough parking spaces for visitors on the other end of the range and the town receives only $0.55 in income for each resident.

You may think of New York City though when you think of parking nightmare. But the Big Apple's many carless residents helped keep the cost of per capita revenue slightly down at $63.20. How much money does your town get from parking tickets?

How Much 25 Major Cities Make in Parking Ticket Revenue Per Capita #infographic

infographic by: www.topviewnyc.com

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