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Parking Contravention 46:Stopped where prohibited (on a red route or clearway)

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Hi All,

This a.m. received PCN for above offence. I was actually parked in a loading bay (lay by) off the main carriageway, completely off the main red route carriageway. I did actually notice on my return to vehicle a loading bay sign use only after 10.am. I got cctv`d at 09.53.

My point is that whilst I was parked in the layby (loading bay) at the wrong time, I have been fined for stopping on a red route or clearway. The picture clearly shows me parked OFF the carriageway.

Is the layby (loading bay) considered part of the carriageway? There are no lines in the bay itself. Does anyone know where I can find a CLEAR definition of a red route clearway?

This happened Tooley Street London. Ticket from TfL.

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As above , its not a loading bay its red route as clearly stated on the sign which prohibits stopping except to load at certain times so therefore if you are not loading you are stopped where prohibited...simples!

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