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Enforcement News: Issue 240 5 Mar 2012

ANPR captures bus lane offences across Leeds

Leeds City Council has hailed bus lane enforcement cameras as a success in enforcing bus lane regulations in the city centre, since its introduction in August 2011. Since then 29,325 drivers have been fined a total of £712,000 for flouting bus lane regulations through the automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology.

Nearly 30% of the total – 8,678 – were caught breaching the restrictions at one specific location – the Vicar Lane, Headrow-Eastgate junction. The...

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James
7 Mar 2012

Enforcing bus lanes when no bus was present is about MONEY, not traffic flow or safety. But, that is normal. An enormous part of UK traffic law is about MONEY, not safety or smooth traffic flow.

James C. Walker, National Motorists Association, www.motorists.org, Ann Arbor, Michigan USA (frequent visitor to Britain to see family in Yorkshire)