Car Park Markings


I wish to bring to your kind attention the following:

  1. The car park markings at the Medan Selera Stadium were not drawn correctly. Being one way, the car parks should be marked slightly slant and not at right angle to the curbs.  Furthermore certain stretches were marked slant the wrong way! Please highlight this to the Ipoh City Council to remark same. Many car drivers found straight parking extremely difficult decided to park slanting occupying 2 parking lots. This has put the whole parking area into chaos.
  2. City Council recently resurfaced most roads in Ipoh. One part they left out were the side tables of Jalan Ghazali Jawi fronting the stadium complex. City Council should allocate some fund to improve the side tables. Presently they are an eyesore as this is an important road that host many important and International events. They must continue to allow parking at the side tables for Pasar Malam and Football Matches where the allocated car parks at the stadiums are not sufficient.

    Ir Fong Chin On

    3 thoughts on “Car Park Markings

    1. Even small size cars like “kancil” hard to park and reverse out.Common lah, car parking markings is about 8 ft. wide X 16 ft.long.

    2. I went to the food stalls at the stadium today. Most of the cars are ignoring the markings and parking like it was before.

    3. The way the parking lot markings are drawn seems to indicate that MBI wanted to ‘create’ more parking lots. Nevertheless, slanting lots are still better as it would be easier to park and reverse out. The number of parking lots ‘lost’ would be negligible.

      With the new markings, cars that illegally park on the side near to the stalls would leave barely enough space for cars that park in the parking lots to reverse out. Because of this, many cars park slanting in the parking lots.

      This is a classic case where rules and planning is different from reality. Whoever in charge of marking the parking lots should spend some time to study the situation.

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