Another reader's wife unfortunately slipped on the icy sidewalk so badly that she hit her head, fortunately it wasn't much. However, as a precaution, as should be the case, the 400 beds were visited this time. What happened to them was very similar to what had happened previously: the husband led his wife as close to the entrance as possible, and then came the ordeal of finding a parking space. The few spaces in the hospital neighborhood filled up, and he was finally able to stop several hundred meters away, then “feeded” the parking meter.
Someone suggested to Transdanubian Diary how this could be done, when the current mayor promised in the 2019 campaign that he would make parking near medical facilities free. How things did not turn out that way, everyone can see for themselves by looking at the parking meter in Honved Utca, about a hundred meters from the eastern entrance of the clinic.
In addition, the left-wing city administration voted in favor of a new parking law in Pécs at last year's general meeting, which will take effect in February, that is, in just two weeks.
As we reported at the time, Biokom Nkft will receive additional income from the fact that the municipality of Pécs is expanding the paid areas in Pécs, for which the coalition of Pécs Mayor Attila Peterfi did not exclude the protected area in the city center.
Under the new system, many of the limited parking areas will be expanded, will be much larger, and in principle it will be possible to park a car outside for only two hours. It is expected that with this move, parking in the city center will be more burdensome. In the healthcare institutional environment, they maintain a situation that contradicts the promises made so far.