Concerns have been voiced about parking spaces allocated for e-scooters in part of Nottingham and that it will cause people using wheelchairs to "get stuck".
The parking spots, on Alfreton Road near its junction with Bentinck Road, is located next to a bus stop and allocates space for five of the Wind Mobility e-scooters.
However, the corner of the allocated bays is slightly more than one foot away from the wall of an adjacent house, leading to fears it will restrict disabled residents who want to use the path.
It comes as residents in neighbouring Lenton also raised their concerns about the new e-scooters, calling for improvements to the scheme after dozens were found blocking paths.
Speaking on the Alfreton Road parking spaces, residents in the area described allocated bays as being in "the worst place possible".
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