Parking wardens in Dundee have issued tens of thousands of penalty notices to drivers over the past 12 months.
Council officials handed out 29,955 parking fines to drivers throughout the city between November 2014 and November 2015.
In one single week during last month 663 drivers were hit with penalties.
Dock Street was Dundee’s most visited street, with more than 3,700 visits made during the last year, meaning wardens attended there 10 times a day.
Perth Road was next on the most frequented list, with wardens carrying out in excess of 3,300 annual visits.
A total of more than 6,000 visits were made to Brook Street and Commercial Street during the past 12 months.
The figures, which were obtained as part of a Freedom of Information request, also show that 2,848 charges were placed against vehicles in October and that 15,430 fines were given out between May and November of this year.
The annual figure of 29,955 fines is a near 50% increase on 2010/2011, when 20,440 penalties were handed out.
It was recently revealed Dundee City Council had netted £740,000 in profit from parking fines during 2013/2014.
In response to the figures, the city’s Labour leader Kevin Keenan said he feared the administration was adopting an “aggressive approach” to parking fines in order to help it reach the £30 million of savings needed by 2018.
“You wouldn’t think that people in Dundee have suddenly become bad at parking,” Mr Keenan said. “It seems like the council are adopting a fairly aggressive approach in relation to this to make sure that money comes in.
“There’s no doubt the administration are looking at all ways of bringing cash in to help them balance the books.”
A council spokesman said: “The majority of drivers abide by parking regulations but fixed penalty notices are issued to drivers who choose to ignore them.
“Parking restrictions are in place to help ensure safety for pedestrians and motorists.”