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Wole Odetola

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Member since: Apr 28, 2012

I am a Transport Planner and Engineer with 12 years experience delivering highway and rail Transport projects in London. Schemes I have helped develop and deliver include Controlled Parking Zones, Bus Lane, Junction remodelling, Traffic light reconfiguration and rail station capacity upgrades.

I started in the industry 16 years ago as a Parking Attendant issuing parking tickets on the streets of Central London. I hold an M.sc in Transport Planning and Engineering and I am also a member of the Chartered Institute of Transport and Logistics

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Parking Attendants are the most visible guardians of on-street parking restrictions in the United Kingdom. Though their name has been officially changed to the wordier Civil Enforcement Officers by

Legal> Traffic Law l 2 years ago

A parking ticket (officially called Penalty Charge Notice or PCN in the United Kingdom) is a civil fine imposed on vehicles parked in contravention of a parking restriction or control. There are 41

Legal> Traffic Law l 2 years ago

It's not difficult identifying a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) if you're a motorist in one of the UK's busier cities - that's where most of the 8 million parking tickets generated annually in the

Legal> Traffic Law l 2 years ago

Every Parking ticket issued in the UK by law carries a civil fine, and by the same law must also outline the means of appealing it. Appealing a parking ticket is not only lawful, it also seems quite

Legal> Traffic Law l 2 years ago

Not all UK parking tickets are incorrectly issued. But many are. Research shows that of the cases that end up at independent adjudication almost two thirds are quashed. But very few recipients of

Legal> Traffic Law l 2 years ago

No aspect of parking enforcement in the UK is more emotive and for commercial Britain, more vexatious than the ever contentious allowance to load/unload from otherwise restricted sections of the

Legal> Traffic Law l 2 years ago

A ban on stopping is the most stringent on-street restriction on stationary vehicles in the United Kingdom. It is much more restrictive than the more common parking ban carrying far fewer exemptions.

Legal> Traffic Law l 2 years ago

A parking prohibition is a restriction on vehicles waiting on any section of the public highway (carriageway and public pavement). It is the most common on-street restriction on stationary vehicles

Legal> Traffic Law l 2 years ago

The loading and unloading of goods is one of the few exemptions to the stringent ban on parking imposed and ruthlessly enforced on yellow line restricted streets in most of the UK's city and town

Legal> Traffic Law l 2 years ago

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