The visitors’ car park at the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham is large and correctly priced so that there are always spaces. Nevertheless, it often takes twenty minutes to reach one during busy periods.
The reason? As each car finds a space and reverses
a dozen join the queue behind. Before long the queue reaches
outside the car park.
The solution? If
there is a queue behind you, skip some places - there are always plenty more. If
everyone does the same, cars park simultaneously and the queue melts away.
You read it first on iGreens. J
24 Feb update
The other way to help is to generally give leaving cars priority. This is always the right thing to do on the ground floor. At the top levels giving incoming cars priority is more likely to release the gridlock.
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