12:01PM, Thursday 06 June 2013
Police paid a visit to Ludlow Road in Maidenhead this morning following a complaint about a taxi blocking access to a residential car park.
A police constable and police community support officer visited the road just before 11am to talk with drivers about the dispute after a resident called to complain about being unable to get out on his way to work.
Drivers at the rank outside the car park said the situation was being made difficult by the increasing number of drivers looking for a fare in difficult economic times.
Mohammad Yasin said: "There's no work and there's no parking spaces. It will happen again and again. This road has not been designed for a taxi rank."
No further action was taken.
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