OOSTZAAN IS THE FIRST MUNICIPALITY TO APPLY THE ENFORCEMENT METHOD “ADMINISTRATIVE FINE FOR NUISANCE IN PUBLIC SPACE (BBOOR)” TO THE ENFORCEMENT OF CUT-THROUGH TRAFFIC

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From May 31, enforcement of the driving ban on Kerkstraat and Haal in Oostzaan will take place through the “Administrative Fine for Nuisance Public Space (BBOOR)” process. The fines will then no longer be issued by the CJIB. This decision was taken after the municipal council approved in November 2022 to expand the General Local Ordinance (APV), which includes nuisance through cut-through traffic as something that must be prevented.

In 2019, @Brickyard already implemented of the current cameras with enforcement software and we are happy that we have now been able to support the municipality of Oostzaan with our expertise and experience with other municipalities. We are proud to have contributed to the design of this enforcement process.

For the fully automated processing of administrative fines from camera enforcement, Brickyard works with @Cannock Chase Public (CCP) as the processing agency, CCP then also handles objections and appeals for municipalities.

Also interested in the application of BBOOR to camera enforcement? Leave your contact details.

The photo captures: Oostzaan

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