Dropped curb for crossing has an old smaller marking which means cars are parking across the new dropped curb
Reported in the Road markings category anonymously at 16:11, Mon 18 November 2019
Sent to Warwickshire County Council 3 minutes later
The white H mark is for the old dropped curb and now it has been moved and made bigger the white H mark is too small and is not stopping cars parking over the dropped curb making it unsafe for pedestrians. Three schools, one of which is a special needs school, have to cross here but pedestrians and cars cannot see around the vehicles. The vehicles park every day all day as they work at the school and they over hang the junction making visibility impossible. A car should not park within 10 metres of a junction so there should be double yellow lines for 10 metres either side of this junction. Especially as it is such a busy junction with young children using it so much. The junction is where packington lane meets pound lane in coleshill. A new path has just been built because of how dangerous it is here
Cars continue to park blocking the new dropped curb. The white h marks are ignored but too small for the new dropped curb anyway. It needs double yellow lines as cars park on to too close to the junction making is dangerous for pedestrians and drivers. This is the only place for three schools to cross.
Posted anonymously at 10:56, Wed 4 December 2019
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