Saturday, 7 August 2010

Learning by example

Good to see people are already starting to learn by example and use the very effective "block the contraflow" method of parking as demonstrated in the local rag this week. Red Toyota Yaris WP57LFT has not only found somewhere very convenient to park on Stapleton Road, they've also managed to plug the entrance to the contraflow to Kensington Park. They've actually gone one better than the original example too by also managing to park across a double dashed give way line across a junction and on a double yellow line all at the same time. Sending the clear message once again that we're really not going to stand for the ongoing war on motorists and there's nothing you can do to stop us.


SteveL said...

As usual the cyclists will be whining about this, but I see that there is not only lots of pavement for them to cycle over, there are even bike stands on both bits of pavement.

How can it be fair that the council provides bits of pavement for cyclists to park, yet none for cars?

Rhode Long said...

Unbelievable! The last picture clearly shows the real parking travesty - empty cycle racks.

Bristol Traffic said...

By thoughtfully blocking the contraflow they could be trying to prevent cyclists from getting caught up into any one-way/contraflow conflict points.