On our way back from Primark, we note mild chaos at Marlborough St. Bus station.
A taxi wants to pull up to the taxi-only dropoff zone but can't; a car waiting for arriving passengers is there. Other vehicles are going up to the "short stay" pavement and not blocking through traffic.
The taxi has no option but stop in the road to unload, causing some tension in the vehicles behind. But all of them are just trying to do the same thing: park here to pick up or drop off passengers.
There is an option for parking round the corner, by the new magistrates court, but for some reason (security?) a perfectly wide pavement is bollarded off.
There's still some space opposite; only one vehicle is using this. It is worth remembering about though, if every you need to pick people up from the bus station in a car.
Monday, 17 August 2009
The Marlborough Street bus interchange
Posted by Bristol Traffic at 07:00
Labels: bus-station, marlborough-street, parking, taxi
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It is worth remembering about though,,,,.
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