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Red Route PCN on local side road

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Hi Folks

Can anyone help?

 

Parked my car on what I thought was a local ordinary road at the junction of a red route.

 

As a local I thought I was parked on a local road with free parking but very close to the end of the road.

 

I was parked just behind but not on the pedestrian access crossing of the road.

 

There was more than adequate room for cars to turn into the road.

All cars exit the road turning left.

 

On returning to the car I found a PCN on the windscreen and a van behind me had also received one.

 

Just behind us was a RED ROUTE sign

- in some way indicating that the local side road off the red route was a red route too!

 

Cars parked behind the van and behind the red route sign did not have parking tickets.

 

There are no road markings by the kerb nor are there any kerb markings, or red lines whatsoever.

 

Neither are there red lines or signs on the actual red route!!!!

- however it is the A4 which is a major route into and out of London.

 

Can anyone advise if this PCN is legal?

Do I have a case to get this cancelled?

 

Ticket says vehicle was "stopped where prohibited (on a red route or clearway)" when clearly the road is a local road.

 

It looks like Transport for London have stolen some of a local side road as a red route/clearway!

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I think you'll find if you are within XXX feet of a red route road junction, its deemed the red route hence the signs

 

 

however

 

post up a google street view link so's we can check.

 

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Found the bit on the A4 but that's in Westminster. This is off the A4 in Brentford - way out of the centre of London.

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Found the bit on the A4 but that's in Westminster. This is off the A4 in Brentford - way out of the centre of London.

 

I did say 'like this'!!

 

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2000/1307/contents/made

 

Brentford is in London and most of the red route network is outside central London that is its purpose to give fast direct access from the orbital routes into the centre of town.

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You find that TfL are the 'Traffic Authority' for the first 20m inside many of the side roads from the TLRN

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I did say 'like this'!!

 

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2000/1307/contents/made

 

 

 

Brentford is in London and most of the red route network is outside central London that is its purpose to give fast direct access from the orbital routes into the centre of town.

 

Thought Brentford was in Middlesex..

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Thought Brentford was in Middlesex..

 

Would that be the Middlesex that became part of Greater London in 1965??

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