Evening Gazette: Our say.
Residents, workers and students all appear to be vying for spaces.
And a new permit zone has been proposed as a way forward.
From our coverage today, it's clear there are many people who feel strongly about what has become a major issue.
So it's vital the council talks to the whole community - from local business to householders and the university - to find a resolution to this problem.
Clearly a complex situation with no quick fix, consultation will be key to find the answers to this problem.
TEESSIDE continues to be a front runner when it comes to green power projects.
The pounds 60m Wilton 10 biomass station, is pioneering eco-energy generation right here on our doorstep.
And crops being harvested locally are helping feed the plant - and send out a clear message to farmers that this industry offers them a real opportunity.
While the locally-grown crops provide just a fraction of the material needed to feed the plant's annual appetite, it's a real starting point for developing this sector for the long term.
A great green-thinking project, a shining example to others and a terrific source of Tees Pride.