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Enforcement News: Issue 240 1 Mar 2012

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Richmond council set to enforce moving traffic offences

The London Borough of Richmond looks set to become the 23rd authority in the capital to take over the enforcement of moving traffic offences from the Metropolitan Police.

At a cabinet meeting on 23 February the council approved plans to adopt the powers. The council said it would take at least 12 months before it was ready to start enforcing offences such as driving the wrong way down a one-way road and phohibited U-turns.

Last year the authority scrapped the use of camera cars to enforce...

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