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Parking Review
Operational
Haringey Council has simplified its parking charges to ensure  prices and increments are consistent across the borough. Pay & display... continue
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Enforcement News
Local authorities could be breaking the law by refusing to issue eligible disabled people with blue badges, the government has warned. The rules... continue
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Enforcement News
Lambeth council is extending its white badge disabled parking scheme. This allows drivers living in the London borough to use their white badges in... continue
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Operational
South Wales Police have issued a public apology after police officers wrongly parked in a parent and child bay at a Tesco store in Cardiff. They... continue
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Operational
A cross-capital network of 25,000 charge points for electric cars features in a new strategy published by London mayor Boris Johnson. The charge... continue
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Construction
The UK Road Surface Treatments Association (RSTA) has been appointed Dr Howard Robinson as its new chief executive. He takes over from retiing... continue
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ANPR
West Country-based SEA has launched additions to its vehicle-mounted ROADflow traffic monitoring and enforcement system. ROADflow Fixed is a static... continue
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ANPR
A fully-automated, digital bus lane enforcement system based on automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology has been introduced by Siemens.... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
New powers to crack down on those with more than three unpaid parking and traffic fines are to be trialled by Transport for London and the London... continue
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Enforcement
Abuse of disabled and parent & child bays at ASDA stores has fallen since the start of a concerted crackdown, writes Deniz Huseyin In recent... continue
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Enforcement
Newcastle City Council has responsibility for more than 10,000 on- and off-street parking spaces across the city, including eight multi-storey car... continue
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Enforcement News
Voluntary charity workers that carry out regular visits are being offered free parking permits by Barking and Dagenham council. The east London... continue
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Enforcement
Parking managers have coped admirably with the switch to new civil enforcement guidelines, writes Linda Baker Now that the Traffic Management Act... continue
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Letters
I am grateful to Keith Barallon for pointing out the position in the dropped footway legislation (Parking Review May). I was not aware of the 2008... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
English councils have been given the power to issue penalties to drivers who double-park or park across dropped kerbs even if there are no signs or... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Variable parking charges based on CO2 emission levels are being introduced both on and off-street in Richmond. The London authority has approved... continue
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Payment systems
NSL Services Group has introduced new pay & display machines in two cities in Northern Ireland. The company has brought in 108 solar-powered... continue
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Yellow Lines
The driver of this Honda could have been forgiven for thinking that a giant spider had tried to trap his car. In fact, the silk web was the work of... continue
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Enforcement
Helen Smith is director of policy and campaigns at Mobilise, a pressure group representing disabled drivers, passengers and blue badge holders Last... continue
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