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Medway Council parking service manages the provision of
off-street and on-street parking, as well as areas where parking is
prohibited in the interests of safety, the free flow of traffic and
residential and visitor amenity.
The parking service also deals with issuing:
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The service is responsible for enforcing parking restrictions
and employs civil enforcement officers to do this, including:
- council car parks
- on-street pay and display areas
- single and double yellow lines
- disabled bay misuse, providing it is covered by the Road Traffic
Act 1991 or the Traffic
Management Act 2004
- residential permit areas
- school parking restrictions
- bus lane and bus stop enforcement.
PATROL annual accounts
The council is a member of the Parking and Traffic Regulations
Outside London (PATROL) Adjudication Joint Committee. The
Joint Committee publishes an Annual Statement of Accounts which is
subject to External Audit and for details about arrangements
for 2010/11 please visit the PATROL
The car parks are patrolled to prevent access ways being
obstructed. There is closed circuit television (CCTV) coverage and
high quality lighting to provide a safe environment. In the
multi-storey car parks, the parking service also makes sure that
the ticket machines are filled and provide a 24-hour call-out
facility in case the barriers fail to operate properly. If you
notice a light out in a car park, please phone Customer First who
will pass the fault on to the relevant person.
If you wish to see the CCTV footage and your request relates to
an incident involving theft or damage, please contact the police.
School Parking Enforcement
We work closely with the Safer
Journeys Team to help reduce the number of cars outside of the
schools gates by ensuring the enforcement of the schools
yellow keep clear markings/zigzag lines.
In addition we attend community events, support activity
like the zigzag banner campaign and visit schools to help
with promoting road safety messages and active
travel schemes, such as the walking
bus and park and stride.
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