The Los Angeles City Council Voted on Tuesday to increase parking fines by $5 and late fees by $10, a move that is expected to generate $8.4 million for the city's general fund, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Current fines of $53 dollars--which include parking on the left side of a roadway and parking in a hazardous area--will increase to $58.
Fines of $58 dollars--such as parallel parking more than 18" from the curb and parking near an emergency vehicle--will go up to $63.
A full list of the new fees can be downloaded from the media box above. Current fees can be viewed here.
The move was made by the board just prior to their approval of a $1 increase in L.A. Zoo admission fees.
Starting Tuesday, admission for children up to 12-years-old will cost $12. Senior citizens will pay $14, and regular adult admission goes up to $17. The hike is
expected to bring in an extra $720,000 to the city's general fund.