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Parking Review
Enforcement News
City of York Council is introducing a new CCTV camera car to help make it safer for children on their journey to and from school. From April the car... continue
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Enforcement News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
Westminster City Council has pledged to further reduce the number of fixed CCTV cameras used to enforce single yellow lines. The number of... continue
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Operational
Patrick McDonnell
Confusion over signs at a car park has resulted in the Cheshire West and Chester Council refunding motorists issued with parking fines. Northwich... continue
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Enforcement News
Drivers on the Transport for London Road Network (TLRN) are being issued with penalty charge notices after parking in loading bays for five minutes,... continue
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Staff issues
Most civil enforcement officers (CEOs) believe the public regard them as a reassuring presence on the street, according to a survey conducted by... continue
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News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
Westminster City Council has pledged to refund over 5,000 parking fines after admitting that signage on three streets was confusing for motorists The... continue
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Operational
Liverpool’s directly elected mayor Joe Anderson has been urged by the Department for Transport (DfT) to drop a trial suspension of every bus... continue
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Technology
Buchanan Computing is now despatching its SignPlot 3 traffic direction sign design to customers. The system, which was unveiled at Traffex 2013, is... continue
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Viewpoint
The Secret Parking Manager
I’ll raise you. And you’ll have to pay to see me and park. Yes, setting car park prices is a bit of a gamble. Pitching prices for parking... continue
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Letters
Kelvin
There is a difference between ‘grace’ periods and ‘observation’ periods in parking. An observation period is the time when an... continue
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Parking Policy
Restrictions on overnight parking in lay-bys could be introduced in communities that complain about it being a problem, says Scottish local... continue
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Enforcement News
The City of London is planning to introduce a blanket 20mph speed limit across the city in an effort to reduce road traffic casualties. Craig... continue
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News Lead Story
Patrick McDonnell
Westminster City Council is to remove 50 of its 179 traffic enforcement cameras as part of its  “common sense” approach to parking.... continue
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Operational
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) is calling for  out-of-hours deliveries in the capital, following the launch of the Mayor of... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
The lack of progress on the development of post codes for Ireland is a matter of continuing frustration for haulierds and delivery companies,... continue
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Case Studies
Mark Moran
Sarah Champion MP said she has been surprised to hear that 41% of Nottingham City  Council’s appeals were not being contested.... continue
Parking Review
Case Studies
Mark Moran
The Department for Transport is intent on making parking signage less complicated and more easily understandable, said transport minister Norman... continue
Parking Review
Case Studies
Mark Moran
Parking regimes can be tailored to meet the needs of residents, local businesses and visitors, but this requires engaging with communities and their... continue
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Cover Story
Mark Moran
Keeping town centres moving and supporting the High Street economy were key themes in the keynote address delivered by Natalie Chapman, head of... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
A crocheted flower placed on a parking sign in Richmond-upon-Thames was removed by civil enforcement officers worried it might obscure parking time... continue
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