Hänflingweg is a dead-end street about 110 meters long in Neue Waldsiedlung in Marl-Hamm. The settlement was built at a time when each family – if any – owned at most one car. And rarely has it been larger than a Volkswagen Beetle. It looks different today. There are much more cars on the streets of Marl. They have to park their cars somewhere.
Garbage truck stuck
In the case of the Hänflingweg, this obviously always makes it difficult for larger vehicles to pass. A local resident sent us a photo he took on Tuesday morning at 10 am. A parked car can be seen making it difficult for garbage collectors to work. The resident’s concern is whether emergency vehicles will also be prevented from passing in case of an emergency. He wonders why the city doesn’t put up no parking signs there.
we asked Marl City. City spokesman Daniel Rostemeyer said the problem was not yet known to the Public Order Office. Stopping in confined spaces is generally prohibited by road traffic regulations. “It is a legal ban which is not supported by additional signage,” the spokesperson said. If you park in a way that obstructs other road users, it is a misdemeanour.
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