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Traffic Management: Issue 219 7 Jun 2010

‘Fair deal for drivers’ has cut penalties by 50%, says TfL

Deniz Huseyin

Transport for London (TfL) has reported that its softer approach to traffic enforcement has resulted in a 50% drop in fines. TfL said its ‘Fair deal to drivers’ programme, introduced in July 2009, has helped cut penalty charge notice (PCN) levels from 429,695 in 2008 to 246,148 in 2009. As a result PCN revenues have gone down from £23,255,699 to £12,723,583.

Sam Kennedy, TfL’s head of strategy and stakeholder partnerships, said the loss of income has been offset by...

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