Moving Traffic Offences Net £127m in London

Moving Traffic Offences Net £127m in London

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Using special powers to combat "moving traffic offences", London councils have fined drivers a record £127m.

In "hotspot" locations such as the Bagley's Lane junction with New King's Road, camera systems are used to detect vehicles in yellow box junctions or undertaking banned turns.

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