New plans to severely restrict parking on Bristol's historic Downs have been revealed as the latest, controversial attempt to cut down on commuters using the city's streets.
Mayor George Ferguson has divided opinion with a rapid roll-out of residents' parking zones and now risks further anger by removing the Downs' 500 free spaces. He insists it's for long-term good of the city.
But for commuters who rely on being able to park all day for free say the new plans could jeopordise their jobs.
Siobhan Breslin says will have to find a new job if she is unable to park on the Downs.