Councillors were told that Bear Scotland owns the layby
and Transport Scotland regulations dictate the markings which are required for the bus stop, but the council has to provide access to public transport.
Other objectors said the parking bays within the layby
were `unnecessarily wide' while vehicles entering and leaving the layby
would have to pull on to a busy road, at the bottom of a hill, with `poor visibility'.
is just down the road from where a huge amount of waste was dumped a couple of years ago.
"The driver of this van collided with the back corner of a truck that was stopped in a layby
on the A19 Thirsk.
"He'd just dropped me off back at the car and I was stood by the passenger's door when this car came into the layby
going very fast and went straight into the back of my car.
Male "They built a new layby
by Woodlands to replace the terminus at the end of Banner Lane, but they are choosing not to use it, despite the cost of PS66,000."
Charles, who is in his 70s, was with his Fiat Panda in another A9 layby
just south of the House of Bruar this week.
The letter goes on to say there was going to be a layby
on Wood Street, but it would be hard to monitor.
Other vehicles for sale have been regularly parked at Ainley Top roundabout in a layby
usually used by lorry drivers (inset).
(v) eastbound access to and from South View and Sandringham Road; (vi) westbound access to and from Southway and The Ramparts; (vii) eastbound and westbound carriageways between Throckley Interchange and West Denton Interchange, a distance of 3940 metres; (viii) eastbound carriageway laybys
approximately 1140 metres and 2130 metres east of Throckley Interchange; (ix) westbound carriageway laybys
approximately 1140 metres and 1610 metres west of West Denton Interchange; and (x) eastbound and westbound carriageways bus stop laybys
adjacent to Thornley Road footbridge.
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 THE A1 TRUNK ROAD (GOSFORTH PARK NORTHBOUND LAYBY
) (PROHIBITION OF WAITING) ORDER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Secretary of State for Transport has made an Order under Sections 1(1) and 2(1) and (2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, on the A1 Trunk Road in the District of Newcastle upon Tyne.
THOUSANDS of tins of baked beans have been stolen from a lorry parked on a Worcestershire layby
as the driver slept in his cab.