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Bonkers Blog April 2014

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8 April (Part 1) - Crossrail encroaches further on parking space

Station Station Fendyke RoadWhile I was away over the weekend there were two reports of heavy machinery clogging Wilton Road, probably the project around Abbey Wood station is about to enter a new phase.

Bexley council has been busy painting double yellow lines where single ones existed before in places which are close to railway access points. Presumably the houses closest to the tracks in Fossington Road (plus some across the border in Greenwich) will soon come down.

Signs Bridge This being a Mike Frizoni authorized job it would be unreasonable to expect it to be done properly. The double yellow lines obviously mean no parking at any time but the sign says it is OK except between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. when it is permit holders only.

Finally there is a reader’s picture of the new lines in Maiden Lane, Erith and yes the notice taped on the lamp post in the middle distance does have Mike Frizoni’s name all over it. I have a picture of that too.

Can you actually get a vehicle under that railway bridge without using the footpath? The double yellow line has not got the legally required end marker.

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