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Pay Parking


Footpaths are built to provide a safe place for pedestrians. Unfortunately, some vehicle drivers think that they are being considerate to other drivers by parking on the footpath, particularly on narrow streets or roads, but they have no regard to the danger that they put other vulnerable road users in to.   The reader is reminded that vehicles parked on footpaths can put pedestrians in danger. Children, parents with prams or buggies, wheelchair users, the elderly and people with visual impairments are among those who are especially vulnerable when forced onto the road, the consequences of which could be "lethal".

Parking in compliance with the road traffic laws and with consideration for pedestrians needs to be highlighted and reinforced. People frequently use safety as their reason for parking on footpaths (citing narrowness of the road, etc). This is not an acceptable excuse

We've heard  all the excuses
Footpath Visually Impaired       

I'II just be a minute, I didn't see any other parking spaces!

 Footpath Wheelchair User 

 When parking your car, please take care, I may need to get by in my chair!

Footpath Obstruction

I wouldn't usually park here,I'm only popping to the ATM!