New Gateway and Silver Jubilee bridges fines "to be pumped back into their running"



Most of the cash paid in fines by motorists crossing the Mersey Gateway and Silver Jubilee bridges will be ploughed back into the project infrastructure and operation, the Merseylink consortium has said.
A spokesman for the group said all revenue, from tolls and penalty charge notices (PCNs), will go to Halton Borough Council to spend until 2044 when the system will be reviewed.
The consortium has not said what exact proportion of the cash will be used for the bridge project and what will be left for the local authority.
If a fine is not resolved or challenged in 42 days, bailiffs will be... read more

 
4 October 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 30
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