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These are the Kingston roads where drivers have been hit hardest by yellow box junction fines

Kingston council has raked in £623,559.66 in fines at yellow box junctions in Ewell Road and more than £2.8 million across Kingston since 2016.

Drivers were most likely to be fined on the A307 Clarence Street, at the junction with Wheatfield Way. This junction alone made almost £1.15 million in the period.

However, locals have become much more wary of the junction in recent years, and just 148 penalty charge notices have been issued so far this year, compared to a peak of 10,228 in 2016.

So far this year the junction at Richmond Road with Sopwith Way has brought in the most money, totalling 2,285 penalty charge notices, amounting to almost £200,000.

Ewell Road in Surbiton is also known for its yellow box junctions, with ones on both the eastbound and westbound junctions.

Across London, the penalty charge notice is currently £130, but this is halved to £65 if paid within 14 days.

Here is a list of where you are most likely to receive a fine for driving in a yellow box junction in Kingston.

  • A307 Clarence Street (Junction with Wheatfield Way D4) – £1,148,833.85 (16,194 PCNs)
  • Richmond Road (Junction with Sopwith Way D5 – since 2017) – £859,136.42 (9,581 PCNs)
  • Ewell Road Eastbound and Westbound (2016 and 2017 only) – £472,633.26 (2,314 PCNs)
  • London Road (since 2018) – £177,658.70 (2,676 PCNs)
  • Ewell Road (Eastbound at junction with Elgar and Princes Avenue D8 – since 2017)- £122,669.20 (5,626 PCNs)
  • Cromwell Road (Since 2019) – £56,262.52 (872 PCNs)
  • Ewell Road Westbound at junction with Elgar and Princes Avenue D9 – since 2017) – £28,257.20 (485 PCNs)

Figures are from 2016 to September 30 2019 and include the total number of PCNs issued and the actual money received by the council. Please note, Ewell Road was under one payment until July 2017, before being separated.


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