Two years after the District of Columbia began the TicPix program to catch erroneous parking tickets, a top official admits it has not worked as planned.
Two D.C. officials say they believe a case recently profiled on WTOP Ticketbuster highlights problems at the Department of Public Works and Department of Motor Vehicles where innocent drivers are forced to pay tickets incorrectly.
More than $10,000 the District of Columbia officials owe in refunds to drivers who were wrongly ticketed throughout the past five years hasn't been paid, according to documents obtained by ABC7 On Your Side.
Two jurisdictions have very different responses after a woman gets an erroneous ticket.
There seems to be an app for everything these days, and soon there will be one to fight bad parking tickets.
A measure would create an ombudsman in each county and town that would serve as a customer service liaison between police and drivers.
A federal employee and Ticketbuster each failed before finally getting a plainly erroneous parking ticket overturned.
Every parking meter in the District of Columbia has a sticker on it that tells drivers to report a broken meter by calling 311, but one man tells WTOP Ticketbuster that operators aren't properly trained and drivers need to beware.
Del. Aisha Braveboy calls for an independent review of the speed cameras on Suitland Road in Morningside, Md.
A D.C. resident fighting a ticket since early 2012 tells WTOP TicketBuster he's fed up with delays and angry his ticket has been before an appeals board without resolution for almost two years.
Red-light cameras are common in Maryland, Virginia and the District, but many drivers complained to WTOP Ticketbuster about a specific kind of ticket in 2013.
Last week, a District of Columbia man who works in Silver Spring received two tickets in three days, the result of a glitch at a pay terminal.
A McLean, Va., driver received a confusing speed camera ticket from D.C. which had his vanity plate listed for a vehicle that didn't belong to him.
A speed camera on Germantown Road in Darnestown is legal, but a speed limit sign next to it is causing confusion.
A retired Air Force veteran who has fought an erroneous parking ticket for more than a year now wants D.C. prosecutors to charge the ticket writer and the Department of Motor Vehicles.
A WTOP Ticketbuster investigation has uncovered serious questions about the accuracy of a speed camera on Suitland Road in Morningside, Md.
One man received a ticket in D.C. -- for a plate that hasn't been issued to anyone for nine years.
One month later, D.C. police are still not saying much about a bizarre traffic stop near Eastern Market that resulted in six tickets and $905 in fines, other than that the department will only investigate the incident if the driver files a complaint against the officer.
Last Tuesday, D.C. driver Anna Russell was pulled over for a routine traffic stop and ended up receiving six tickets.
Last month, D.C. resident Tanya M. Topolewski expected to receive a refund check for $500. Instead, she got $300, along with a letter stating the rest was being withheld for a "DMV offset" -- an unpaid ticket.