The parking authority announced Friday that it's refunding $800,000 in fines generated by red-light cameras at an intersection near the airport.
The agency says it failed to post the required 60-day warning signs when the cameras were activated at Island Avenue and Lindbergh Boulevard on Dec. 13.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports (http://bit.ly/N2oC2i) about 8,000 motorists will be refunded $100 each.
The refunds apply to violations issued between Feb. 11 and April 13. The agency says the signs were not installed until Feb. 13, starting the official 60-day warning period on Feb. 14.
Information from: The Philadelphia Inquirer, http://www.philly.com