London council raises £12m in fines from a single yellow box junction in seven years - but experts say it's not drivers who are at fault
A single council-operated yellow box junction camera in London's Fulham has pocketed a staggering £12million in fines over the last seven years, an investigation revealed.
London councils have been accused of unfairly raking in millions of pounds from motorists who break yellow box junction rules because of the poor traffic flow management in the capital.
Experts at the Institute of Highways Engineers said drivers are suffering at the hands of poorly-placed box junctions.
In 2015, Transport for London issued £6.5million worth of penalty charge notices (PCN) for infringements in its box... read more
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