£3million bill for motorists straying into Leeds bus lanes

£3million bill for motorists straying into Leeds bus lanes
 

Bus lane cameras across Leeds have cost tens of thousands of Leeds motorists almost £3million in tickets over the past two years.
The city’s most profitable camera clocked more than 25,000 drivers driving on the bus lane, in Boar Lane, Leeds city centre, in the two years up until April 2014.
More than £250,000 in fines was generated by the city’s second most prolific camera, which caught more than 10,000 vehicles straying into the Kirkstall Road bus lane near Viaduct Road in its first 12 months in action from March 2013.
Leeds City Council has said the cameras are designed to reduce... read more

 
21 January 2015 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 21
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