A crackdown on anti-social behaviour and vehicle nuisance in Intake, Doncaster, has been extended by police.
Concerns were first raised over the issue in the Dudley Road area in August at a Partners and Communities Together meeting.
Now officers have agreed to extend the action for another month.
Officials from South Yorkshire Police and Doncaster Council carried out a door-knock exercise on Dunleary Road and Zetland Road, to find out what residents think about the problem.
A police spokesman said: “Of the residents we spoke to, parking remains an issue in the area along with youth nuisance at bus stops.”
As part of the latest wave of action, police will also be visiting schools and local shops in the area.