Police crackdown in Sydney results in HUNDREDS of cyclists and pedestrians ...

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HUNDREDS of cyclists and pedestrians are slapped with fines totaling for behaving dangerously on the road 50 cyclists received penalty notices for disobeying traffic lights during the blitz  49 were fined for not wearing helmets and 20 were busted riding on the footpath More than 100 pedestrians were given fines during the blitz, as well as 80 drivers

By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:15 BST, 2 October 2019 | Updated: 01:15 BST, 2 October 2019

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A major police crackdown has led to hundreds of cyclists and pedestrians being hit with fines for breaking basic road rules.

Officers conducted Operation Pedro on September 23 in Sydney, which saw 50 cyclists receive penalty notices for disobeying traffic lights.

An extra 49 cyclists were fined for not wearing helmets, and 20 were busted riding on the footpath.

Officers conducted Operation Pedro on September 23 in Sydney, which saw 50 cyclists receive penalty notices for disobeying traffic lights (stock image)

Officers conducted Operation Pedro on September 23 in Sydney, which saw 50 cyclists receive penalty notices for disobeying traffic lights (stock image)

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