Grace Period for Time-Limited Parking Offences
In July 2012, City Council amended the Parking Ticket Cancellation Guidelines document to incorporate a 10-minute time allowance for certain time-limited offences. Customers who wish to submit their ticket for grace period consideration can do so by emailing their request to email@example.com or by fax at 416-696-4194. More information
Disputing your ticket for a Broken Meter, Pay and Display Machine or Time-Limited Offence
The City has introduced a new parking ticket dispute process that will make it easier to dispute a ticket for parking meter and/or pay-and-display machine offences. Learn more
Fixed Fine System for Parking Tickets
At its September 2011 meeting, Toronto City Council approved a system of fixed fines for all parking offences in Toronto other than accessible parking offences. These will soon take effect, once the necessary by-laws are passed and in force. When the fixed fines take effect, Justices in court will no longer have the option of imposing a lower fine. Fact Sheet and Background Information.
Parking Ticket Cancellation Guidelines
The public version of the parking ticket cancellation guidelines outline the circumstances in which a parking ticket can be cancelled and the evidence required to support a cancellation.
Provincial Offences Act tickets
Tickets for minor offences, including traffic violations such as speeding and careless driving, are issued under the Provincial Offences Act. Details and payment options are available on the Provincial Offences Act fine payments page.
More red light cameras on city streets
The City is increasing the number of red light cameras on Toronto roads to improve safety in our communities.
Changes to Watch Your Speed Program
The Watch Your Speed program uses large signs to show motorists the speed their vehicles are travelling and to get them to slow down. The program is being expanded by the City of Toronto.