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Hi people,

What are the parking bays used for? Who can use them? Are they free to use?

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Fossil wrote:
Hi people,

What are the parking bays used for? Who can use them? Are they free
to use?


Red routes are essentially no-stopping environments, but they don't
necessarily apply all day, so it's not surprising that there are parking
bays on some of them for use outside the "no stopping" times. You would
need to look at the plates on lampposts etc. to find out the permitted
hours, and whether they are for parking or just for loading.
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On Tue, 2 Dec 2003 23:02:43 -0000, "Fossil" wrote:

Hi people,

What are the parking bays used for? Who can use them? Are they free to use?

Regards,

Fossil

Read the signs. All red-route bays are clearly signposted - there are several different types.

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Hi people,

What are the parking bays used for? Who can use them? Are they free to

use?

There's one in Plough Lane, Wallington, just beside The Plough, in the right
hand approach lane about 20 yards from the Croydon Road junction.

Anyone would be crazy to try and use it!


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On Wed, 3 Dec 2003 10:21:31 -0000, Henry wrote:
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Hi people,

What are the parking bays used for? Who can use them? Are they free to

use?

There's one in Plough Lane, Wallington, just beside The Plough, in the right
hand approach lane about 20 yards from the Croydon Road junction.

Anyone would be crazy to try and use it!


I think you mean "anyone would be crazy to use it in their own car".

David


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On Wed, 3 Dec 2003 10:21:31 -0000, Henry wrote:
"Fossil" wrote in message
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Hi people,

What are the parking bays used for? Who can use them? Are they free to

use?

There's one in Plough Lane, Wallington, just beside The Plough, in the

right
hand approach lane about 20 yards from the Croydon Road junction.

Anyone would be crazy to try and use it!


I think you mean "anyone would be crazy to use it in their own car".


Probably!







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