The row over a controversial bus lane in Newcastle is continuing as the city council demands a review of the John Dobson Street decision.
Traffic bosses ruled the signage on John Dobson Street’s northbound camera, which has caught out thousands of motorists, gave 'inadequate warning' to drivers approaching the bus lane.
Council bosses now want a review of the Traffic Penalty Tribunal’s decision, saying, the current signage complies with the requirements set out by the Department for Transport.
The southbound camera was found to be 'adequate' and it is active. If you are snapped there, you will be fined.
As for the northbound camera, motorists caught will not be fined, they will receive warning letters.
Newcastle City Council will now wait for a response from the Traffic Penalty Tribunal before considering the matter further.