Amnesty ends for paid parking
Amnesty ends for paid parking

Parking inspectors will be out in force at Perth train stations today, with the Public Transport Authority ending its weeklong "amnesty" on parking fines.

While the two dollar charge and the new Smart Parker cashless parking system were rolled out to most stations last week, the PTA allowed an initial grace period while commuters got used to the new system.

Inspectors will now fine passengers who fail to pay for a parking ticket or tag on with their Smart Rider when exiting the car park.

Though the rollout went relatively smoothly, complaints have been made about the reduced number of parking machines at train stations.

The West Australian

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