Fines, not only Florence: Municipalities make cash throughout Italy

In Milan almost 100 million more than in the final balance of 2021. In Rome, 2.2 billion of lost collections accumulated

Not only Florence, and the controversy between Matteo Renzi and Dario Nardella. When it comes to fines and the trend of Common to adjust the budgets with the penalties provided for by the highway code, it is good to look at the budgets. It says, in black and white, what are the intentions, or the result to which you are aiming. From a survey by Adnkronos, which consulted the 2022-2024 budget estimates of the main Italian cities, a rather homogeneous picture emerges on the territory. The proceeds from fines are not always indicated exactly. In several cases, the item is included in the wording ‘income deriving from the control and repression of irregularities and offenses’.




Rome. Revenues deriving from the control and repression of irregularities and offenses amounting to 352.5 million are indicated in the budget. There is, however, another fact to highlight.


At the end of last year, the amount of fines not collected by the Municipality of Rome touched 2.2 billion euros.

Milan. The estimated revenue in the budget is set at 232 million euros, an increase compared to the final budget of 2021 (139 million) but still lower than the final balance of 2019 (245 million).

Florence. The 2022-2024 budget foresees a collection of 74 million from the fines for 2022.

Bologna. The budget foresees for 2022 increased revenues of 14.2 million euros from proceeds deriving from the control and repression of irregularities and offenses.

Turin. The Municipality has budgeted 102 million euros of proceeds from ‘illegal’ for 2022: fines regarding penalties related to the highway code and other municipal regulations.

Genoa. The budget foresees for 2022 collections from fines equal to 61.5 million euros.

Bari. The budget foresees the item income deriving from the control and repression of irregularities and illegal collections, excluding companies, for 15.6 million.


Naples. The budget foresees

income deriving from the control and repression of irregularities and offenses for 11.5 million.



Source-www.adnkronos.com