Football fans could face a new parking ban on match days at Dens Park and Tannadice.
Dundee City Council is almost 30 parking attendants short of being able to effectively police the roads outside its schools, a Holyrood committee has heard.
Dundee City Council will “live to regret” imposing parking charges in an area that is crying out for residential permits, a councillor has warned.
Hospital staff should have the cost of parking at work refunded, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
Concerns have been raised by a number of businesses and organisations over the proposed introduction of a workplace parking levy.
Strong political leadership will be key if Scottish councils choose to introduce a workplace parking levy, MSPs have been told.
Residents and community leaders are demanding action after three serious accidents at a junction in the past six months.
A “hardcore” band of parents are “flouting the law” and recklessly parking, causing havoc for other families, according to a Dundee councillor.
Controversial proposals to give councils the power to introduce a workplace parking levy have been published by the Scottish Greens.
Feedback on a short survey which opened this week will help to inform the development of cash payment options for off-street parking charges in Angus.
Green MSPs have called on opposition parties at Holyrood to ditch their “politically motivated opposition” to the planned new workplace parking levy.
A move to change the arrangements for Angus Council car parks has been delayed.
The Scottish National Blood Transfusion Services has said it will appeal a parking ticket issued to one of its vehicles while parked in the charity’s own reserved space at Ninewells Hospital.
A group of Arbroath’s older residents has raised the issue of inconsiderate parking proving a “huge barrier” to daily lives.
Short-stay parking in Angus could double from two hours to four under the latest plan.
A new cashless payment system has been launched in car parks across Dundee.
A West End councillor has called for plans to introduce charges in a number of car parks in the area to be postponed.
Council staff have told a senior boss to “get stuffed” after he “told them off” for parking in the streets when their own car parks are packed out by locals avoiding new charges.
A loophole that has allowed thousands of drivers to dodge private parking “fines” could soon be closed.
Vandals have again targeted parking meters installed by Angus Council, this time in Arbroath.