Bank Holiday parking and traffic arrangements

The Mayor of Vilnius in Lithuania takes drastic steps to deal with inconsiderate parking

The Mayor of Vilnius in Lithuania takes drastic steps to deal with inconsiderate parking

Parking restrictions around Lightwoods Park – including enforcement – will be in place on Monday 5th May 2014 – 7.00am – 8.00pm.

In order to prevent the problems experienced by residents who border the park and to ensure a free flow of traffic on the day of the event, there will be traffic enforcement officers operating all day and they will ticket drivers who carelessly park in the no parking zones.

The no parking zones will be as follows: Adkins Lane (both sides), Lightwoods Hill (both sides), Beechwood Road (both sides) and Galton Road from the Hagley Road West to the junction with Lightwoods Hill (both sides) There will be a one-way system operating on the circuit around the park extension to include Galton Road, Lightwoods Hill and Beechwood Road and the intersection across Hagley Road in to Galton Road will be closed for the day (see map).

People are urged to arrive on foot or by public transport, or use the official car park on the park extension or the additional car park at Lordswood Boys School – entrance on Hagley Road – (£2)

 

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One Response to Bank Holiday parking and traffic arrangements

  1. I think the concern of some who have posted Facebook comments is how this will affect residents parking by their own homes, and those visitors who may need to park closer because of Blue Badge disabled needs.

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