25,911 motorists have attracted penalty charge notices, for using Lendal Bridge, since ANPR cameras were switched on to enforce restrictions at the beginning of September.
On Coppergate, a total of 9122 drivers have now been penalised.
Together that means that 35,033 drivers have been told to cough up £60 each.
That is the equivalent of over £2 million in fines income.
Of course, the amount actually received by the Council will be less than half that figure as many will pay early to get a £30 discount, while others will successfully challenge the fine.
It is still a damming indictment of the adequacy of the signage used to advertise the restrictions.
The figures are admitted in the Councils latest update report on the effects of the new traffic restrictions.
The report is otherwise remarkable for what it hides rather than what it reveals.
There are no footfall (shopper) statistics included, accident and air quality figures are missing, only the effects of the closure on park and ride bus services are reported (journey times up in October) while the normal stage carriage services (which have been hit by increased traffic congestion in other parts of the City) are omitted.
No information on journey times for drivers is provided.
The Council only admits that traffic volumes on Foss Islands Road and Clifton Bridge are up on the same period last year.
The report, such as it is, can be read by clicking here.