Box junction at Palmer Pl/ Holloway Road/ Drayton Park
Request ID: FOI-1608-2223 Date published: 20 October 2022
Follow-up to FOI-1470-2223:
Thank you for your response. It is not what I was hoping for but I understand so I have reduced my request to just two basic data that I am sure will be readily available;
1. For last 12 months.. number of offences recorded/ highlighted/ triggered by cameras at this junction for contravention of this specific offence and most importantly date and time of each record
2. How many of these reordered/triggered offences were subsequently pursued and prosecuted, i.e. issued with a penalty notice.
I am certain this information will be system generated so you should not have problems in providing this information. I don’t mind this information is in raw data form on a spreadsheet form.
Clarification received 06/10/2022: The contraventions I am referring to is same as the contravention for which I have been issued PCN, i.e. entering the boxed junction box when exit was not clear.
I understand you cannot give me specific breakdown of the numbers of the PCN’s issued for this specific offence for people turning left on to Holloway Road , so I will have to make do with just the total number of PCN issued for this offence with dates and times at this BOX JUNCTION.
TfL Ref: FOI-1608-2223
Thank you for your further request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 5th October 2022 asking for information about the box junction at Palmer Place / Holloway Road / Drayton Park.
Your request has been considered in accordance with the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act and our information access policy.
Specifically you asked, further to case ref FOI-1470-2223:
“For last 12 months.. number of offences recorded/ highlighted/ triggered by cameras at this junction for contravention of this specific offence and most importantly date and time of each record; How many of these reordered/triggered offences were subsequently pursued and prosecuted, i.e. issued with a penalty notice.”
On 6th October 2022 you clarified that “this specific offence” related to any vehicle entering the box junction box when the exit was not clear.
I can confirm that we hold the information you require.
In answer to question 1, please see the data in the attached spreadsheet. This shows the time and date of each of the offences for which the 250 PCNs previously referred to were issued.
In answer to question 2, all 250 offences resulted in a PCN being issued.
If this is not the information you are looking for, or if you are unable to access it for any reason, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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David Wells FOI Case Officer FOI Case Management Team General Counsel Transport for London