PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pittsburgh is launching a new program that will allow drivers to contest tickets online.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority says that beginning Oct. 1 drivers will complete an online form and submit it to a judge. The form will have room for drivers to explain why they are contesting the ticket and attach photos, and they will be notified in three to four weeks of the judge's decision.
The online process will not involve any video or voice interaction with a judge, but the online decision can still be appealed in person at the Parking Authority downtown office.
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