The town council is poised to take an in depth look at traffic matters affecting Driffield amid claims that inconsiderate parking is causing danger and delays.
Campaigners have also called for more robust enforcement of parking regulations by wardens working for the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Mike Featherby, interim head of streetscene services at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “Residents and visitors to the area who have any concerns about parking-related issues can contact the council’s traffic and parking service on (01482) 393939 or by email at email@example.com.
“The council continuously monitors requests from communities and members of the public to tackle parking issues and the enquiries received are investigated in accordance with our civil parking enforcement procedures. Enquiries also help plan future enforcement action by helping us to identify problem areas.
“On average, the council’s civil enforcement officers patrol Middle Street, in Driffield, 45 times per month – the equivalent of more than one visit a day.”
For the full story, see tomorrow’s Driffield Times and Post.