What do thousands of drivers do in the Russian capital each day? The answer is obvious – they look for a parking lot. As there are not enough parking spaces in Moscow, drivers have to either be impudent and park their cars very close to other cars (contrary to all rules and the convenience of others) or look for a parking lot within several hundred meters from the destination… However, there is one more option – to park on a sidewalk.
A sidewalk is no longer a pedestrian area. The choice is poor: you can either wipe a side of a car with your clothes or walk along the roadway.
And what are moms with strollers supposed to do?
A privileged place at the entrance.
Parking across the sidewalk.
Public transport can’t approach stops…
This is mainly because of private taxi cars standing at “profitable places”.
Or simply because of the impudence of drivers.
A separate topic – places for people with disabilities which are ALWAYS occupied! Even when other lots are vacant.
Car owners! This parking lot can hold 8 cars, but if you park close to each other, then – 9!!! Park your cars closer!!! Respect each other!!!
Obviously this poster has no effect…
Most two-lane roads turn into the one-lane.
A lawn is usually occupied immediately.
Tanks are not afraid of dirt.
If you have parked on a lawn the first, then be sure that other drivers will most likely follow your example.
Somewhere grass has already disappeared.
Cars parked in parks disturb nobody anymore.
The only thing that can help – posts preventing them from entry.
Or high curbs.
Lawns are restored.
The example of an “eco” parking lot.
“Drivers! Remember, children are on the road!”
But one of the most effective measures is still an evacuation to a pound.