It’s reported speed cameras are catching thousands of London’s motorists driving to work in the early morning.
The Standard quotes figures released under Freedom of Information laws showing nearly 10,000 were caught speeding by just over 250 fixed roadside cameras in the capital between 5am and 7am last year.
It says the peak time to be captured on camera breaking the speed limit was between 6am and 7am, when there were 5,188 offences.
Across London, there were 90,543 notices of intended prosecution issued for speeding offences caught by 255 static cameras last year, according to Esri UK which mapped the cases in time and geographically. The lowest figure during the day was between 6pm and 7pm, 2,428.