Last week a sign popped up, telling people not to park on the pavement on Brook Hill. Does it work?
Yes, for about four metres southbound, there are no cars on the pavement
This means that there is more than enough room for vehicles to get past.
Opposite the sign, there is a car on the pavement
But even if the sign actually applied to this side of the road, given that the pavement actually runs out just past the rear wheel of the car, well, it's not actually any use as a pavement, is it?
Tuesday, 27 January 2009
Brook Hill pavement parking
Posted by Bristol Traffic at 07:56
Labels: bad-parking, brook-hill, montpelier, signage
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