CARNIVAL DAY CONES ON MARINE PARADE AND PLYMOUTH ROAD

Drivers attempting to enter the Esplanade were being asked to identify themselves and state their destination

Drivers attempting to enter the Esplanade this morning were being asked to identify themselves and state their destination. The Esplanade is closed to traffic for today’s Carnival Day

With Penarth Esplanade and Beach Road closed off to traffic for Carnival Day many motorists attempting to park in the area have found there are  cones restricting parking in adjoining roads as well .

Drivers attempting to reach addresses  on the Esplanade were having to identify themselves to stewards and were being escorted to their destinations.

Marine Parade is coned off on one side and Bridgeman Road is one way (closed heading North East)

Marine Parade is coned off on one side and Bridgeman Road is one way (closed heading North East)

Additional temporary parking restrictions are also in force this morning on Bridgeman Road, Marine Parade,  Holmesdale Place and Plymouth Road

Parking restrictions are in place along one side of Holmesdale Place

Parking restrictions are in force  along one side of Holmesdale Place

In most cases parking is restricted to one side of the road with traffic cones being placed along the opposite.

Plymouth Road parking restrictions posed a problem for local residents

Plymouth Road’s parking restrictions posed a problem for local residents who used the pavement

Some residents in narrow Plymouth Road have parked their cars on the pavement in order to comply with the restrictions.

The coned off areas will remain restricted until this evening

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3 Responses to CARNIVAL DAY CONES ON MARINE PARADE AND PLYMOUTH ROAD

  1. 249ers says:

    Plymouth Road is now a joy to drive down! Let’s keep the cones forever, they will save so many bad tempered and inconsiderate drivers from bumper to bumper stand offs.

  2. AK says:

    At noon today (Carnival Day), here were a number of vehicles parked on beach hill on the double yellows on the bend down from the Kymin, two parked on the esplanade by the Italian Gardens, and a number in among the no parking cones at the top of the hill.

    It should be all or nothing – vehicles prohibited, and tow away the rest.

  3. Mgg says:

    I thought tescos were having aboutv20 deliveries across town .but no just Herbert terrace AGAIN,

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