Parking News Articles
Motorists who parked inconsiderately near a school in Basingstoke were made the subject of a crackdown from officials in the region last week, it has been reported.
Motorists in Blackpool have been sticking to the speed limit - thanks to a new hi-tech device, it has been reported.
According to Blackpool Today, drivers in the area travel past a £3,000 LED sign which records the speed at which they are travelling and displays a smile or frown.
People aggrieved by a parking ticket they have received can appeal the decision over the phone, it has been reported.
The Manchester Evening News has stated that it is possible to ring up and contest the decision, with six out of ten appeals proving successful.
York motorists will soon learn whether a £7 million scheme to alleviate congestion at a roundabout in the region is to go ahead, it has been reported.
Motorists in Edinburgh will not be fined for parking illegally if they are caught out on CCTV in the near future, it has been claimed.
Drivers who show a lack of regard for pedestrian areas of Peterborough have been targeted by police officers in the area, it has been reported.
Motorists using disabled spaces without permits have been punished by police as part of a crackdown at an out-of-town shopping centre, it has been reported.
The number of motorists issued parking tickets over the last six years has gone up by 500 per cent, it has been reported.
East Sussex County Council has given itself the power to clamp vehicles illegally parked across the region, it has been reported.
According to the Argus, four lines in the body's agenda mention the move, which has left motorists in the region furious.
Drivers in the UK paid a record amount in parking fines over the course of last year, it has been claimed.
According to new statistics from the National Parking Adjudication Service, some £214 million (m) was spent on fixed penalty notices during 2007.