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Parking difficulties reported
    2018-08-08  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

TOURISTS attempting to use the tourism ferry service from Yantian to Dapeng have been disappointed to find that there are no parking spaces for their vehicles at Golden Coast Pier.

They were forced to park any place they could find, but they hope the government will help them with the last mile of their commute.

In the area near Golden Coast Pier, the parking spaces are occupied by the business owners on Yantian Seafood Street. Drivers who aren’t eating at the seafood restaurants are not allowed to park in the parking spaces, even if they are left vacant.

Since the ferry service from the pier to Shuangyong Pier in Dapeng officially opened, the ferries, which make eight trips a day, have been packed with tourists, according to Yang Wenqiang, vice manager of the ferry company.

Although it is convenient to get to the pier by bus, riders have complained that they need to walk more than 10 minutes from the bus stop.

“It is really torturous, especially when you are walking in the scorching sun, in temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius,” a tourist surnamed Zhang complained. As the ferry trip takes only 90 minutes, the ferry operator doesn’t provide drinks. Tourists suggested that operators provide a soft drink service. Some tourists also complained that the tickets were only sold at the pier’s counters and suggested the operator open an online ticketing service.

The operator resumed the ferry service linking Yantian District and Nan’ao of Dapeng New Area on Aug. 1. The resumption of the service will help relieve the traffic burden in eastern Shenzhen during holidays and on weekends.

(Han Ximin)

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