By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Parking enforcement is set to get back to normal in Baltimore, the city Department of Transportation announced Wednesday.

Effective Aug. 15, enforcement officers will once again ticket peak-hour parking violations and 48-hour parking violations. They will boot scofflaw violators and resume tows to the city’s impound facility.

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Traffic investigations will also resume.

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Drivers are reminded to observe all posted parking restrictions or risk being ticketed or towed. Drivers should not park at any meters which are bagged or inoperable.

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CBS Baltimore Staff