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City parking ticket revenue expected to climb higher

ZACHARY PRONG / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>A Winnipeg Parking Authority pilot project allows enforcement officers to consult through FaceTime with supervisors on “questionable” parking situations, decreasing the number of warning tickets that get handed out and increasing the number of tickets that are upheld when they are contested in court, according to a recent report.</p>

ZACHARY PRONG / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES

A Winnipeg Parking Authority pilot project allows enforcement officers to consult through FaceTime with supervisors on “questionable” parking situations, decreasing the number of warning tickets that get handed out and increasing the number of tickets that are upheld when they are contested in court, according to a recent report.

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