The Town of Amherst collected more money in fines for “traffic tickets and other minor violations” last year than any other town or village in upstate New York, according to a report. cited information from the New York State Comptroller’s Office when making the list.

According to them, upstate towns and villages collected $171 million in fines last year. More than $3.4 million of that came out of the Town of Amherst, the report says.

The Town of Tonawanda was not far behind Amherst on the list, ranking at third, with $2.1 million in fines collected.

Here are the other western New York towns that made the list:

  • #7 – Cheektowaga – $1.5 million
  • #11 – West Seneca – $1.3 million
  • #28 – Hamburg – $805,611

See the whole list here.