More than 400 driv­ers broke Goose Fair traf­fic rules

Nottingham Post - - NEWS -

AL­MOST 60 cars were towed away for break­ing park­ing reg­u­la­tions dur­ing Goose Fair 2018.

A to­tal of 59 cars were towed and 378 park­ing tick­ets were handed out to driv­ers af­ter they parked on streets near the For­est Rec’.

Park­ing in For­est Road West, Southey Street, Gre­gory Boule­vard, Noel Street/mount Hooton Road, For­est Road East and Mans­field Road, was banned by Nottingham City Coun­cil dur­ing the event.

The tem­po­rary re­stric­tions put in place for Goose Fair are en­forced through signs.

Goose Fair ran over five days from Oc­to­ber 3 to 7 and more than 350,000 peo­ple at­tended.

A coun­cil spokesman said: “It’s ob­vi­ously im­por­tant from a safety per­spec­tive that streets don’t get clogged up when so many peo­ple are gath­er­ing in one place.”

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