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A BID to introduce parking restrictions in a previously unregulated part of the Capital has met with a furious response from local residents.
TAXI drivers have been warned they could be slapped with Asbos if they park on Waverley Bridge or on bus lanes.
THE number of cars being impounded has risen to its highest level in three years, earning the council more than £500,000.
THE cost of all-day parking is to be cut by as much as £2.50 on a series of Edinburgh streets.
A VAN driver gets a parking ticket on South East Circus Place while unloading an unusual load of brightly coloured creatures designed by artists and celebrities.
CONCERNS have been expressed about the length of double yellow lines introduced outside a city primary school.
MOST drivers have done it at some time - taken a gamble by parking on a double yellow while nipping into a shop. But you don't expect to see one of the Capital's notorious enforcers taking the same liberty with the law they are supposed to lay down.
A BID to relax parking restrictions to help traders on two busy city streets has been rejected because the move would have had a "negative impact" on cyclists.
MOTORISTS in the Capital are forced to endure some of the most expensive parking charges in the UK, a new survey has found.
FINE-dodging motorists are costing the city £2.6 million in lost revenue, new figures reveal.
PARKING wardens have come under fire from a furious couple after their car was towed away with their dog on the back seat.
MORE than £445,000 worth of parking tickets racked up by foreign motorists have been cancelled in the past two years, new figures show.
THE big freeze has cost council chiefs more than £700,000 in lost parking revenue in just two weeks, it has emerged.
PARKING attendants in the Capital are being assaulted at a rate of more than one a week, with angry motorists driving their cars at enforcers in three separate incidents.
A SLUMP in the number of parking tickets issued across the Capital has seen council bosses lose more than £1.2 million in revenue.
PARKING charges would be increased across the Capital, environmental wardens would be given tougher targets for litter and dog fouling fines and burial costs would be hiked in the latest savage cuts proposed by city council officials.
A FREE parking scheme to help boost city centre trade in the run-up to Christmas has been ditched by council bosses.
Drivers of vehicles registered abroad owe Scotland's largest local authorities hundreds of thousands of pounds in unpaid parking fines, it was revealed today.