More than 30,000 drivers have been caught driving in bus lanes in Plymouth in the last six months a Freedom of Information request has revealed.
The Plymouth Herald report:
DRIVERS who stray into bus lanes have been fined more than £850,000 in the last six months, new figures show.
A total of 33,715 penalty notices – 187 per day – have been handed to motorists since the city’s six cameras were switched on in August last year.
The cameras have brought the council £851,000 in fines – £200,000 of which came in the last month alone.