It’s clear that pavement parking is one of the major barriers to walking in residential areas and we believe it should be banned. It is dangerous and presents a risk to walkers, particularly those with mobility or sight problems or those who are walking with children.
Keeping pavements free from vehicles will create safer, more accessible streets and encourage everyone to walk more, increasing the benefits individuals and communities get from walking.
This summer, the Department for Transport launched a consultation on tackling pavement parking in England which closes on Sunday November 22nd.
Join the Ramblers to make the case to Government by clicking on the link below.