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Although freight rail and unloading is an essential part of city life, the interaction between it and other traffic can create problems. Below, you'll learn about the current policies and get guidance designed to make sure everything works best.
When unloading goods, care must be taken to ensure that there is no danger or unnecessary inconvenience to other traffic. When unloading goods, care must be taken to ensure that there is no danger or unnecessary inconvenience to other traffic. The vehicle must be positioned in a marked position or on the outer edge of the street and on the right side of the driving direction, unless indicated otherwise by signs or other markings. Care must be taken to ensure that the door of the vehicle does not open in a way that may cause danger or unnecessary inconvenience. It is permissible to stop vehicles for short periods for goods unloading at the street edge, where a traffic sign indicates a prohibition on the laying of vehicles. In pedestrian crossings, product unloading is only allowed during defined product unloading times shown on the street traffic sign. Goods unloading times on pedestrian streets in are between 07.00 and 11.00 from Monday to Friday and between 08.00 and 11.00 on Saturdays.
In the case of a temporary pedestrian street, there is no need to pay a station fee even if stopped in a defined parking space.
To stop vehicles for goods unloading at the street edge, where a traffic sign indicates a prohibition on stopping vehicles unless an exemption for goods unloading is provided for on a sub-mark. To locate vehicles during product unloading on pavement, footpaths, cycle paths, cycle tracks, traffic islands, grass areas or other similar areas not intended for motor vehicle traffic.
Product release is dealt with in Articles 28 and 29 of the Traffic Law.
Please note that if parked in a payable vehicle parking lot, a standing fee must be paid!
Product unloading is prohibited at the following locations:
in specially marked parking spaces, e.g. specially marked disabled parking spaces or parking spaces intended for cars for electric charging.
on a walkway or within 5 metres of it. at a road crossing or within 5 metres of the nearest edge of a track on a crossing. so that it does not obscure traffic signs or traffic lights. in road tunnels, under a bridge or on a bridge, unless specifically foreseen. where road vision is impaired - in or at blind altitude or bend or elsewhere. where a lane is divided into lanes with an unbroken middle or dividing line between lanes or so close to such a line that tornado driving into the right lane. on a roundabout.
Walking streets are the destination most cities visit to stay. Walking streets are the destination most cities visit to stay in. Most passengers pass through Laugavegur do so on foot, but motor vehicle traffic is also high, which is accompanied by pollution from emissions and fraud.
Pedestrian streets are a normal stage in the development of cities, and experience has shown that residents of cities want pedestrian streets in city centres.