CCTV Car Tackles Illegal Parking

Wolverhampton is introducing a CCTV Enforcement Car to tackle problems with illegal and dangerous parking outside the city's schools.

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Examples of parking in "no zone" areas in Wolverhampton

Examples of parking in "no zone" areas during school pick up times Credit: ITV Central
Examples of parking outside Wolverhampton schools today Credit: ITV Central
Parking in Wolverhampton during school pick up times Credit: ITV Central

Wolverhampton City Council is tackling the growing problem of cars parked illegally outside schools during pick up and drop off times.

A new CCTV Enforcement Car will capture images of vehicles parked in restricted areas, with drivers facing a fine of up to £70.

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New CCTV enforcement car for Wolverhampton

The new enforcement car will tackle illegal parking Credit: PA

Wolverhampton is introducing a new CCTV Enforcement Car to tackle illegal and dangerous parking outside the city's schools.

The vehicle has an automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera installed, which will capture images of vehicles parked illegally outside schools.

Tickets will be issued to drivers who break the law.

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