Taxi company putting pedestrians at risk

 

 

Have your SayI’m wondering why must United Taxis park across the footpath (totally blocking it) when picking up a fare on Waiuku’s Queen Street. It creates a potentially dangerous situation for anyone having to walk out onto the road to get around the van, and is then in the path of oncoming traffic hurtling along the same road at above the legal speed limit. Can’t they park parallel to the footpath? Not acceptable, Taxi Company!
Disgruntled Senior Pedestrian,
Waiuku
– The Post Newspaper raised this question with the taxi company last week, but they did not respond before deadline yesterday – Editor.

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