One-way junction of Via I. Petitti with the ‘five star renovated’ Via Nizza
Cars entering Via Nizza and turning left must cross:
1) three pedestrian crossings,
2) one bicycle lane,
3) two car lanes.
One of the major design rules for pedestrian crossings is the reciprocal visibility pedestrian-vehicle. How visibility can be ensured when a truck parks in the load/unload yellow area?
Needless to say, cars cannot halt at the give-way line, since they cannot see left hand side traffic coming from the signaled crossing with Corso Dante, being blinded by car parking!
Guidelines in  suggest that pedestrian crossings be five meters before a give-way line.
 Automobile Club d’Italia, Linee guida per la progettazione degli attraversamenti pedonali.