London councils raise millions through box junctions fines

London councils raise millions through box junctions fines
 

London councils are being accused of making millions of pounds from drivers who infringe yellow box junction rules because of poor traffic management.
Most councils have a camera trained on box junctions enabling them to enforce the traffic regulations.
One box junction in Fulham has earned the council £2.4m in Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) fines in 18 months.
The Institute of Highways Engineers (IHE) said high infringement suggested there was a wider traffic flow issue.
Hammersmith and Fulham Council has received £12m in fines from the Bagley's Lane box junction in seven years.
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2 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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