Deputy Minister for Transport Lee Waters AM says he is supporting a campaign to tackle pavement parking in Wales.
In July, the Welsh Government set up a task force to explore ways to stop pavement parking in Wales. It is already illegal in London, with the Scottish Parliament proposing to pass legislation to ban it later this year.
Earlier this week the Transport Select Committee published its report on pavement parking in England, calling on the UK Government to introduce a ban and provide stronger, clearer laws.
Living Streets Cymru is calling for a default ban in Wales, with an exception allowing pavement parking on specially designated streets. A recent survey by the charity found that more than a quarter of people aged over 65 in Wales are prevented from walking on their local streets because of blocked pavements.