Cameras along a 160 metre length of bus lane in Auckland’s Newmarket generated $4.3 million in fines during 2021, RNZ reports. Almost 29,000 fines of $150 were issued, due to people driving more than 50 metres in the Khyber Pass Road bus lane, working out to almost $12,000 worth of fines per day.AA’s policy director Martin Glynn called the figure “huge”. “It seems massive for a short bus lane. Something’s not right and it needs to be looked at.”