DO I HAVE GROUNDS FOR APPEAL? PCN from TFL code 46 on Stoke Newington High St N16 in Local Authority Parking and Traffic Offences Posted June 13, 2014 ......and i found this on penaltychargenotice.co.uk. Adjudicators Desicions for Red Routes. SIGNS FACING THE WRONG WAY. Case no 2100224850 - Transport for London In this case the red route sign was parallel to the road rather than facing the oncoming traffic as required under chapter 3 of the traffic signs manual para 10.5. The motorist said that he didn't initially notice the double red lines and when he did he returned to his car and drove off. Had the sign been facing the oncoming cars then he may well not have stopped in the first place. The appeal was allowed. However in my case i have already conceded that i had parked in the bay but not knowing that the the times had changed so the contravention did actually occur. Can i now appeal on the basis that the signs do not face on coming traffic have a good chance at my appeal being upheld, given that the adjudicator will look at my informal representation, where i admitted to parking in the red route bay not knowing that timings had changed???