BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Nearly two months after a ransomware attack caused issues with numerous city services, the city’s online parking ticket payment system is back up and running.

The city’s transportation department confirms the service has been restored.

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Back in May, hackers infected city government computers with ransomware and demanded money to get services back online.

The attack affected city water bills, property taxes, parking tickets and permits.

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Last month, city leaders approved using $10 million in excess revenues to pay for part of the costs of recovering from the attack.