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          Bus lane cameras make 31m in a year for councils

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Bus lane cameras make 31m in a year for councils
 
Almost 4,000 motorists a day are fined for driving in bus lanes, with the most lucrative camera making 6,000 every 24 hours.
BBC England contacted 160 authorities responsible for highways in England, 64 of which had bus lane cameras.
Motoring organisation, the RAC, said the cameras had become a "cash bonanza" for local authorities.
Councils say cameras are clearly signed and they expect income to fall as drivers learn to stay out of the lanes.
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Date:3/2/2017

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-38957371


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