Aubin Grove: Parking around the train station

Consultation has concluded

PARKING RESTRICTIONS ONLY APPLY 8AM TO 5PM WEEKDAYS

New parking rules now apply near the Aubin Grove station to discourage commuters from parking in local streets and encourage them to park in the station car park. There are 2,000 parking bays and parking is $2 per day. The City is mindful that the station may have traffic impacts on surrounding roads and we want to inform the community about how the situation is being managed.

We asked:

We asked for your feedback on proposed parking controls for roads near the station.

You said:

Consultation closed on Friday 31 March 2017. See the feedback report.

We did:

At its Ordinary Meeting on Thursday 13 April 2017, Council agreed to issue some parking permits. See the minutes here

Council identified 310 properties as a cottage-style lot and wrote to the owners, inviting them to make an application for one permit per property.

Residents of non-cottage style homes within the precinct may be eligible for permits for cars registered to their property. Residents should complete an application form and attach copies of the registration papers for vehicles registered to the property. Send the form to the City of Cockburn for processing. Applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis. You may be eligible if you have more than two cars parked at the property and want a permit for the third.

Do I need a permit to park on my verge? No

Do I need a permit to park in a parking embayment? Yes, you do need a permit to park in a bay in your street for more than three hours on week days. The vehicle should be parked in accordance with Parking Local Laws at all times.

Does the permit cost anything? Permits are free.

If cars park illegally in the street, what can I do? If you have any concerns about possible train commuters parking in your street, notify City Rangers Services on 9411 3444 and report the car’s registration number.

Will I be fined in the meantime? The parking restrictions come into effect when the City installs no parking signs in the precinct. We encourage you to complete the forms at your earliest opportunity.

Residential Parking Permits can only be used to park your registered car in a bay in your street for more than four hours on any week day in a 24 hour period, or as signposted.

For all parking inquiries, please contact Council on 9411 3444 or customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

New parking rules

  • Time restricted parking between 8am and 5pm weekdays.

    • 1/4 P (15 minute) restriction, Flourish Loop.

    • 2P (two hours) Harvest Lakes

    • 4P (four hours), other streets near the train station

  • No Parking in laneways

    • To improve safety and access in laneways, No Parking in laneways will be introduced. The restriction shall introduce better access to waste management trucks and residents.

  • No Stopping

    • To improve road safety and bus access, No Stopping restrictions are introduced in Lauderdale Drive and Baler Court.

Traffic

The impact of traffic around the train station has been monitored since mid-2015 with the City collecting annual traffic data along key streets to check any changes to the volume or distribution of traffic.


PARKING RESTRICTIONS ONLY APPLY 8AM TO 5PM WEEKDAYS

New parking rules now apply near the Aubin Grove station to discourage commuters from parking in local streets and encourage them to park in the station car park. There are 2,000 parking bays and parking is $2 per day. The City is mindful that the station may have traffic impacts on surrounding roads and we want to inform the community about how the situation is being managed.

We asked:

We asked for your feedback on proposed parking controls for roads near the station.

You said:

Consultation closed on Friday 31 March 2017. See the feedback report.

We did:

At its Ordinary Meeting on Thursday 13 April 2017, Council agreed to issue some parking permits. See the minutes here

Council identified 310 properties as a cottage-style lot and wrote to the owners, inviting them to make an application for one permit per property.

Residents of non-cottage style homes within the precinct may be eligible for permits for cars registered to their property. Residents should complete an application form and attach copies of the registration papers for vehicles registered to the property. Send the form to the City of Cockburn for processing. Applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis. You may be eligible if you have more than two cars parked at the property and want a permit for the third.

Do I need a permit to park on my verge? No

Do I need a permit to park in a parking embayment? Yes, you do need a permit to park in a bay in your street for more than three hours on week days. The vehicle should be parked in accordance with Parking Local Laws at all times.

Does the permit cost anything? Permits are free.

If cars park illegally in the street, what can I do? If you have any concerns about possible train commuters parking in your street, notify City Rangers Services on 9411 3444 and report the car’s registration number.

Will I be fined in the meantime? The parking restrictions come into effect when the City installs no parking signs in the precinct. We encourage you to complete the forms at your earliest opportunity.

Residential Parking Permits can only be used to park your registered car in a bay in your street for more than four hours on any week day in a 24 hour period, or as signposted.

For all parking inquiries, please contact Council on 9411 3444 or customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

New parking rules

  • Time restricted parking between 8am and 5pm weekdays.

    • 1/4 P (15 minute) restriction, Flourish Loop.

    • 2P (two hours) Harvest Lakes

    • 4P (four hours), other streets near the train station

  • No Parking in laneways

    • To improve safety and access in laneways, No Parking in laneways will be introduced. The restriction shall introduce better access to waste management trucks and residents.

  • No Stopping

    • To improve road safety and bus access, No Stopping restrictions are introduced in Lauderdale Drive and Baler Court.

Traffic

The impact of traffic around the train station has been monitored since mid-2015 with the City collecting annual traffic data along key streets to check any changes to the volume or distribution of traffic.