Joliet Helps Keep Penny Parking Alive And Well In SycamoreFar west suburban Sycamore is one of the few places left where a penny still buys you a legal parking space, but Sycamore Police parking enforcement officer Giovanni Serra said it’s getting harder to maintain their penny parking meters.
LAZ Parking Executive On Leave Amid Federal Bribery ProbeFederal agents have been investigating the LAZ Parking executive on allegations he took kickbacks to steer a contract for meters in Chicago to a favored company. The FBI filed an affidavit in February to search two email accounts tied to the executive, who called the allegations “news to me” and declined to comment.
Feds Focus On LAZ Executive For Alleged Parking Meter BribeFederal agents have been investigating an executive with the firm that manages Chicago’s privatized parking meters on allegations he took kickbacks to steer a meter contract to a favored company, according to a court record obtained by the Chicago Sun-Times.
Hundreds Receive Parking Tickets Despite Paying With Park Chicago AppHundreds of drivers who thought they had paid for parking through an app on their smartphones have gotten tickets in Chicago, reports WBBM's Nancy Harty.
Pay-By-Phone Parking Meter App Expanding Citywide This SummerAfter a three-week test of the service in the West Loop, the city will begin expanding the program to the rest of the city on Tuesday.
Chicago's No 1. ... For Worst Place To Park A CarChicago is the worst place in the country to park a car, according to a new analysis of major city parking.
Enforcement Of New Disabled Parking Rules BeginsParking is no longer free for motorists with handicaps and disabilities in Illinois, unless they display a new yellow and gray placard in their windshield.
After Grace Period, Crackdown Begins On Free Parking For The DisabledCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley went to find out if drivers are living up to the law.
Grace Period On Disabled Parking Changes Ends ThursdayIf you’ve got a blue disabled parking placard, get ready to shell out for parking at meters in Illinois.
Parking Meters Buried In Snow, Making Paying For Space Difficult Adding insult to injury from the recent storms, hundreds of parking tickets were slapped on cars near those much-hated Chicago parking meters.
Crackdown On Illegal Use Of Disabled-Parking Placards Starts In 2 WeeksOnly people who have a new yellow and gray “meter-exempt permanent placard” will be allowed to park free at meters statewide under a new Illinois law that takes effect this New Year’s Day.
No Free Parking A Major Change For Drivers With Disabilities The Illinois Secretary of State’s office is getting out the word: big changes are coming soon for drivers with disabilities.