On double red lines, you cannot stop at all unless you are a licensed taxi or a blue badge holder, then you can drop off. There is no parking.
Single red lines mean no stopping during the day and times shown on the upright sign.
On double yellow lines, you cannot stop and park. You can drop off. Blue badge holders can usually park for up to three hours.
On single yellow lines, you can park when restrictions are not in place. They are usually signposted. Blue badge holders can usually park for up to three hours at any time.
"On red routes, yellow waiting restriction lines are replaced by red lines that mean no stopping for any purpose, not even to pick up or set down passengers, other than by a licensed taxi. A driver of a vehicle displaying a blue badge may stop to pick up or set down a disabled person, but must not park.
"Double red lines mean no stopping at any time.
"Single red lines mean no stopping during the day and times shown on the upright sign."
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