Walk-up window opens to address traffic issues at Pasadena Superior Court

PASADENA — In an effort to streamline court visits for those who need to take care of some traffic-related issues, officials have opened a walk-up window outside Pasadena Superior Court, officials announced Wednesday.
The window, located on Garfield Avenue along the west side of the court, 300 E. Walnut Avenue, “now allows many people to take care of their traffic tickets without having to enter the courthouse,” Los Angeles Superior Court officials said in a written statement.
Services provided at the walk-up window include: paying traffic tickets and fix-it citations; setting traffic arraignment dates; extending traffic payments and appearances; and submitting proof of community service and fix-it ticket completion.
Requests for traffic school, as well as citations that have already gone to collection agencies cannot be handled at the walk-up window, and must be addressed in the clerk’s office inside the courthouse, officials said.
The traffic window is open from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Payments can be made at the window via cash, check, or credit card, including Discover, MasterCard and Visa.

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