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National lockdown: Stay at home

Overview

Bus lanes and bus only streets help public transport to run in busy areas. We monitor the lanes with cameras to make sure that they are used correctly.

Vehicles which enter bus lanes or bus only streets illegally may receive a penalty charge notice.

How much will I be fined?

Fines are fixed. Bus lane offences cost £60 which will be reduced to £30 if paid within 14 days.

If you have not paid after one month, you will also be billed for all additional costs of recovering your debt.

Disputes will be resolved by an independent adjudication service.

How do I pay?

The easiest way is to pay online, but you can also pay via:

Telephone: 0300 111 8000
Post: Send a cheque with your full name, address and penalty charge notice number (starting with the letters GE) to:

Parking Services
PO Box 2994
Stoke on Trent
ST4 9FG

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