New York City is well-known for its aggressiveness in issuing parking tickets. In some ways, it’s both a blessing and a curse because the tickets keep traffic moving but they also take lots of money from you when you’re issued one.

The New York Times has put together this interactive map showing places in New York City where tickets were handed out. You can click on any part of the map and see how many tickets were issued between July 2007 and June 2008.

In total, the number of tickets written between this period was 9,955,441. CRAZY.

Just a note to my friends: 28th Street is a red zone when it comes to parking tickets.