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Traffic grid-locked.

On Fri 16 Aug at 4:38pm Bert wrote:
Who is actually "managing" the peak times rush hour in town ? Grid lock from the tunnel to the prison ? And BTW the shrubbery in the Prince Edwards Road need a good cut back so you can actually see if there I see anyone to give priority to !
On Fri 16 Aug at 7:33pm ThePiddler wrote:
Managing implies someone is doing something..
I am more curious as to who is letting Lewes Scaffolding block one lane every day by the bottleneck. They are parked so as to block one lane opposite LOGS. I have been watching numerous traffic wardens just walk by .. this lorry causes a huge tailback for the last three days at least. And it never gets a ticket either
On Fri 16 Aug at 8:03pm Bert wrote:
Unfortunately no one is policing it ! The wardens just ticket anything illegally parked, which means, the driver feels entitled to stay as long as they like, to get their money's worth. Taxis, Blue Badge holders and scaffold lorries do as they please, as do charity vans.
On Sat 17 Aug at 9:45am minxorcist wrote:
It's a disgrace!
On Sat 17 Aug at 3:14pm TheGardener wrote:
Bert. Itís been said before, but you are the problem. You are the reason the traffic is bad. You and all the other people stuck in their cars.
On Sat 17 Aug at 5:34pm Bert wrote:
Actually Gardener, I was on foot and walking quicker than the cars were moving ! So don't jump to conclusions so readily in future.
On Mon 19 Aug at 6:07pm TheGardener wrote:
Who in their right mind would bother to complain about traffic if they were on foot?

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