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Sigh. You have no idea what you're talking about as well. Concrete curbs are designed for H-20 loading. Meaning you CAN drive on them. The concrete used is 3500 psi. Don't feel like trying to explain the mechanics you, but all concrete curbs in the city should be able to carry the load of a car. So can properly constructed sidewalks. You are still missing the point about issuing tickets for blocking a sidewalk when it clearly was in no way blocked. It's a money grab
Now because of drivers who park with their tires up on the curb, those sidewalks are starting to crack and the curbs are also being pushed down.
And tickets should be issued for any car that is parked fully on the sidewalk.
You are still missing the point of this thread and my statements above though.
It's illegal to park on sidewalks. Just saying.
New Levering Street Parking Authority? - Roxborough-Manayunk, PA Patch
In the Manayunk-Roxborough area, driving and parking on narrow streets always presents a challenge. Outsiders may doubt the wisdom of parking cars on both sides of the street when it makes driving vehicles through pretty tough. But, residents know that every spot removed ensures more and more parking headaches.