A Lexington fire truck on a 27-foot wide street in the Masterson Station neighborhood when there are cars parked on both sides. Under a proposal passed by a Lexington Council committee on Tuesday, newly-constructed streets less than 30-feet wide would have parking restricting on one side of the street.
A Lexington fire truck on a 27-foot wide street in the Masterson Station neighborhood when there are cars parked on both sides. Under a proposal passed by a Lexington Council committee on Tuesday, newly-constructed streets less than 30-feet wide would have parking restricting on one side of the street. LFUCG Fire Department
A Lexington fire truck on a 27-foot wide street in the Masterson Station neighborhood when there are cars parked on both sides. Under a proposal passed by a Lexington Council committee on Tuesday, newly-constructed streets less than 30-feet wide would have parking restricting on one side of the street. LFUCG Fire Department

Parking restrictions considered for Lexington streets too narrow for fire trucks

August 29, 2017 04:48 PM

UPDATED August 30, 2017 07:04 AM

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