Road has been repaired by double yellows not painted on
Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 13:41, Tuesday 12 March 2019
Sent to Coventry City Council 3 minutes later
The end of Francis Street is rife with the corner coffee shop users parking illegally on the double yellows/across the crossing thus rendering the crossing out of use for pedestrians/people with prams/people with trolleys/people in mobility vehicles. The road was damaged as a result of this and has now been repaired. However the double yellows have not been painted on. Please can they be painted on and please can the traffic enforcers make this their daily route along with both ends of Broad Street - Foleshill Road is covered with people parked on double yellows/curbs leaving nowhere for pedestrians to safely walk. The same goes for Stoney Stanton - the end is becoming a new spot for kerbside/illegal parking not to mention vehicles being sat directly outside bus stops - where do you expect the bus to stop and people to alight and descend?! Please can these issues be looked at? The traffic enforcement is in plain sight in the City Centre but Foleshill matters too. People deserve to drive and walk safely and these people making it hard for others to do so is unacceptable. Thank you.
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