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Enforcement News: Issue 202 9 Jan 2009

AA concern over dropped kerb plans

'Dropped kerbs not enforceable without white lines'

Deniz Huseyin

Fines should not be issued to cars parked on dropped kerbs unless white lines are laid down, argues the AA. It is opposing plans by the Department for Transport (DfT) to allow councils in England and Wales outside London to enforce dropped kerbs without signs and lines.

The department carried out a consultation last year on new powers set out in the statutory regulations brought in by the Traffic Management Act 2004. Feedback is being assessed by the DfT, which is due to reach its decision by...

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