Buses, cycles and pedestrians only lane

15 January 2018

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An Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) camera to monitor access to High Street will go live from the end of January 2018, replacing the existing manual enforcement.

Since an Experimental Traffic Regulation Order along High Street was formally introduced in August 2017, vehicle access has been restricted to buses and authorised vehicles only between the hours of 7am and 9pm. An on-street marshal has been in post during this time, advising motorists of the change in access and promoting alternative routes.

The ANPR camera scans a vehicle's number plate as it enters High Street. Unauthorised vehicles entering the area within the restricted hours will be issued a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).

The introduction of the ANPR camera is an essential part of the Woking Integrated Transport Project, which has driven forward changes to the existing highway network in Woking Town Centre. A wider footpath with granite paving, dedicated contra-flow cycle lane and a welcoming pedestrianised public plaza will transform the area outside Woking Train Station.

For the latest information about the ANPR camera, please visit www.woking.gov.uk/buslaneenforcement