The City Council on Wednesday approved three bills aimed at making parking in the city a little easier.
The Fair Parking Legislative package curbs excessive ticketing and regulates parking enforcement.
Under the new legislation, drivers who get tickets while paying at Muni-Meter machines will have their tickets cancelled on the spot.
Traffic enforcement agents will be equipped with electronic devices and be required to wipe the tickets immediately.
There's also a late fee freeze on tickets until at least 30 days after a driver is found guilty of a violation, or after their appeal is decided.
Under the current law, late fees begin to pile up 30 days after the ticket is given.
The package also puts an end to stickers posted on cars allegedly violating alternate side parking rules.
The City Council argued the stickers are excessive when tickets are also issued.