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Nearly 400 fines handed to drivers in first week of new cameras outside Leicester stationThe ban was introduced after the death of a young cyclist Sam Boulton05:00, 15 SEP 2017Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailNearly 400 fines were handed in just one week as drivers ignored new rules.Enforcement cameras caught the drivers ignoring a ban on stopping outside Leicester rail station in the first week they were switched on.Leicester City Council banned cars from stopping to drop off passengers in part as a response to the death of cyclist Sam Boulton.The 26 year old teacher was killed after being knocked off his bike in July 2016 by a passenger getting out of a taxi by the station, causing him to fall into the path of a van.As a result the council extended bus clearways, which are accessible only to buses and hackney cabs, between Station Street to just before Conduit Street, effectively barring general traffic from stopping.Leicestershire parents to face fines for flouting school gate zigzag zonesThe new restriction was introduced in November and had been enforced by traffic wardens.While they have witnessed thousands of infractions, only a handful of fines have been issued as drivers tend to drop off passengers and leave before their details can be recorded.The camera was activated on September 5 to automatically record and fine offenders and in its first seven days it caught 392 vehicles stopping where they should not.Each driver will get a fine, halved if it is paid within 14 days, meaning the camera has already generated between and City mayor Sir Peter Soulsby said: “We know the camera is actually catching people. What we have yet to see is how it will deter people from stopping there.”We know it needs only one car to open its door in the wrong place and you have a tragic incident.”It is my hope that drivers will start to understand they are simply not allowed to stop there and if they do they will get a fine.”(Image: WILL JOHNSTON)Sir Peter said if the camera failed to stop drivers breaking the no stopping rule in the long run he would consider changing the lay out of London Road to separate cyclists from traffic around the station.He has already floated the idea of creating a drop off point for cars at the station as part of a million plan to run cycle lanes up and down London Road.Van driver Nigel Ingram was given a suspended prison sentence for his part in the incident that caused Sam’s death.The 50 year old was nearly three times over the drink drive limit at the time of the accident.A court heard that although Ingram had not drunk alcohol in the hours before the accident, he had drunk heavily the previous evening.The court was told that if Ingram had not been over the limit, it would not have made any difference. The collision would still have happened..