traffic warden


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traffic warden

Brit a person who is appointed to supervise road traffic and report traffic offences
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Mareena Khan, a motorist said that female is more capable to work as a traffic warden, adding that initially may be they face some challenges but after sometime people have to accept and appreciate their efficiency.
Also, if a traffic warden can not see inside your car due to snow, they will not issue you with a ticket in the county.
A STORMONT official had to negotiate to get a threat against traffic wardens lifted, it has emerged.
More than a dozen of the traffic wardens were ready to say goodbye to the profession because of the inhumane behavior of high traffic officials.
If a traffic warden comes in with only three fines while he's been out for several hours it means that he did not do his job properly," said the head of Larnaca municipality's traffic department, Achilelas Limistiras.
The note reads: "Dear Mr/s Traffic Warden, I will be at my car by 10.
However, he said he did not realise the traffic warden was on the path in front of him, on the road side of the railings, and as Bowmaker manoeuvred his van, the warden became wedged in.
The hullabaloo at the site attracted a passing traffic warden who began to issue a parking ticket, but later on when Button and his friends came out pleading, the official let them go.
When a traffic warden issues a parking ticket it is likely to get people's backs up - there is always going to be a negative reaction.
General Sir Richard Dannatt, the Chief of the General Staff, compared the pay of servicemen and women with traffic wardens and said he would like to see above-inflation rises for troops.
An unnamed traffic warden employed by NCP in Torbay, south Devon, told a newspaper: "It puts you under a lot of pressure.
In a bid to solve the problem, Colne Valley councillor Dorothy Lindley has asked Kirklees Council to provide a traffic warden to monitor the short-stay car parks.