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Traffic chaos

Reported in the Abandoned vehicles category by Derek G Price at 21:30, Wed 14 March 2012

Sent to Newport Council 5 minutes later

The city council have installed traffic calming measures on Cefn Walk. Unfortunately one of the residents is running a scrap merchant business from his home on this road. The driveway of his home is full of damaged vehicles, even car body shells, thus he is then forced to park his other vehicles on the road and partially on the pavement.These 'other vehicles' include a medium size bus, a luton van, a small van, an estate car, a flat bed lorry and car transporter plus three or four cars. Thus the whole length of this road is now a single carriage way and is dangerous particularly when vehicles turning off Cefn road are unable to complete the manoeuvre due to the traffic log jam in this road. All homes on this road have parking facilities on their properties. Double yellow lines on both sides of the road would instantly cure the problem and allow the traffic calming measures to be effective.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 21:52, Sat 14 April 2012

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 16:03, Mon 14 May 2012

  • To date, absolutely nothing has been done to resolve the chaotic traffic conditions at Cefn Walk.

    Posted by Derek G Price at 16:03, Mon 14 May 2012

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 19:49, Wed 20 June 2012

  • To date no action has been taken.

    Posted by Derek G Price at 19:49, Wed 20 June 2012

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