Petržalka, the largest of the 17 boroughs of Bratislava, is preparing for the launch of its pilot parking project that will give preference to local residents. Local councillors adopted the respective regulation at their session on Monday, September 9. Petržalka Mayor Ján Hrčka welcomed adoption of the document by an overwhelming majority, stressing that the real work on the project is still waiting for them.
“We have to mark the parking places and what we need, in particular, is good cooperation with the municipal police in order that the parking policy can be enforced,” said Hrčka, as cited by the TASR newswire. “Even perfect rules, if they are not enforceable, are useless.”
11. Sep 2019 at 12:56 | Compiled by Spectator staff