Traffic wardens to target parents who park illegally in Carlisle
March 12 2010
Cumbria officials have backed proposals for traffic wardens to patrol outside schools in Carlisle in a bid to tackle irresponsible parking, a local news report has said.
Parents who park illegally when dropping off or picking up their children will now be targeted after the Carlisle local committee agreed to find £27,000 to pay for extra staff, according to the Carlisle News and Star.
"I'd like to see as many staff as possible going out at eight o'clock in the morning to blitz these areas. Once there's an initial blitz, it should solve the problem," said Cumbria councillor Stewart Young.
In other news, the government has announced the allocation of £450,000 of funding in a bid to guarantee the safe transportation of Cumbrian pupils after flooding affected local schools, a news report has said.
Minister of State for Schools and Learning Vernon Coaker said the extra money will ensure that students can travel to schools with "as little distruption" as possible, according to Business Education.
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