Enforcing Londons road signs has historically been the responsibility of the Police. From June 2004 this changed with Transport for London (TfL) taking responsibility for all of Londons major roads. In addition several London boroughs, including Ealing, began enforcement on their roads.
The enforcement of these traffic contraventions is mainly carried out by using CCTV cameras.
The moving traffic penalty charge notices (PCNs) are issued at a cost of £130, However, a discounted payment of £65 will be accepted within the first 14 days only. After the 14 days the PCN will increase to the full charge of £130.
What to do if you receive a moving traffic PCN
The council will send a PCN by post to the vehicles registered keeper within approximately 14 days from the date of the alleged contravention. In all cases it is the owner, not the driver of the vehicle who is liable to pay the PCN.