Ten thousand card holders on one PC is smart Cardiff move
Cardiff council will now regulate illegal parking and issue tickets and fines. The cost of parking fines will also go up – from £30 to £70 or £50 – in a bid to clampdown on illegal parking in residential areas. The changes follow a survey answered by 4,500 people, where more than half said illegal parking affected their journeys around Cardiff. The survey also found 71% of respondents believed illegal parking was a problem on the main traffic and bus routes into the city. Cardiff council said it hoped to improve access for pedestrians and disabled road-users by enforcing parking restrictions like yellow lines and signs on residential streets.
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