Chaos after employees forget to paint white lines in the parking lot of the reserved Leumeah train station

Pandemonium arises after employees forget to paint white lines on a renewed parking lot of the train station – allowing commuters to park in

  • A municipality has forgotten to paint white lines on a busy parking lot with a new roof
  • Cars are parked from bumper to bumper at a station in southwest Sydney
  • Drivers who have returned to their vehicle are locked up and struggling to get out

Commuters are furious after a council forgot to paint lines on a renewed parking lot of the train station.

Cars are parked from bumper to bumper at Leumeah train station in southwest Sydney.

Drivers who return to their vehicles are locked up in the chaotic parking garage and have been unable to get out.

Drivers who have returned to their vehicle have been locked up in the chaotic parking garage and have had difficulty getting out

Drivers who have returned to their vehicle have been locked up in the chaotic parking garage and have had difficulty getting out

& # 39; I have been to a Third World country and they know how to drive better, & # 39; a woman told 7News.

& # 39;[We should] roll down here with a large ruler and some paint and we'll do it ourselves, & another one said.

Campbelltown City Council said they would address the situation with a three-point plan.

The municipality will have staff that directs the traffic on the plot and will not pay any driver parking.

White lines will not be painted on the renovated space until Saturday.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Campbelltown City Council for further comments.

Cars are parked from bumper to bumper at Leumeah station (photo) in southern Sydney

Cars are parked from bumper to bumper at Leumeah station (photo) in southern Sydney

Cars are parked from bumper to bumper at Leumeah station (photo) in southern Sydney

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