Local authorities are responsible for traffic management in their locality.  This may include parking, bus lanes, road user charging, littering from vehicles and, in Wales, moving traffic enforcement.

 

Nobody wants to receive a ticket; but if you have, PATROL provides you with information on the next steps you can take and the correct place to make contact.

 

The PATROL (Parking and Traffic Regulations Outside London) Joint Committee represents over 300 local authorities in England (outside London) and Wales. PATROL also provides information in relation to road user penalties issued by the Secretary of State for Transport for failing to pay a charge at the Dartford-Thurrock River Crossing (‘Dart Charge’) and by Halton Borough Council at the Mersey Gateway Bridge Crossings (‘Merseyflow’), and in relation to littering from vehicle penalty notices issued by litter authorities.

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I HAVE RECEIVED A TICKET

If you have received a parking ticket or other Penalty Charge Notice (PCN), find out your options and next steps here.

 
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YOUR PCN: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Access useful information here to better understand the ticket you have received.

 

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