Footpath

First published: 14th October 2010

A footpath is an area bordering a road and often separated from it by being several inches higher with a curb at the edge, used for temporarily depositing motor-vehicles, often with their engines running.

Below are several good examples of a footpath in use, alongside Shum Wan Road. This may cause obstruction to pedestrians, and violate parking laws, but who cares?


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Tiptop Tours & Travel Ltd demonstrates how to use a footpathTiptop Tours & Travel Ltd demonstrates how to use a footpath
Private car KR 903 on a footpathPrivate car KR 903 on a footpath
Small van MS 8192 blocks the waySmall van MS 8192 blocks the way
Private car AR 6611 on a footparhPrivate car AR 6611 on a footparh
Large coach KX 2265 couldn't squeeze completely onto the footpathLarge coach KX 2265 couldn't squeeze completely onto the footpath
Light bus KS 7823 fits the footpath nicelyLight bus KS 7823 fits the footpath nicely
AN9005 on Heung Yip Road.AN9005 on Heung Yip Road.
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