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Why is there no on-street parking past the 2400 block of North Lumina Avenue?

Amanda Lisk
StarNews

“Because that area is designated for pedestrian passages on both sides of the road,” said Wrightsville Beach town manager Bob Simpson.

In 2010, Simpson said, the Board of Aldermen unanimously decided to retain the pedestrian passages on both sides of that section of North Lumina due to the importance and popularity of the lanes to bicyclists. The space taken up by the pedestrian passages prevents parking in that section. In addition, the road along that section of North Lumina cannot be widened without having to take over private property.

Simpson invited anyone with questions related to the town of Wrightsville Beach to visit www.townofwrightsvillebeach.com, which has all up to date information on town decisions and parking or e-mail Simpson directly at bsimpson@towb.org.

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One Response to “ Why is there no on-street parking past the 2400 block of North Lumina Avenue?”

  1. On November 4, 2011 at 4:58 pm Jake wrote:

    They’re called “bicycle lanes,” Bob.