Parking - where are the hot spots?

Consultation has concluded

We asked

We asked you to identify parking hot spots around the City of Cockburn, potential solutions and what you might do if parking in these locations remained a challenge. We conducted an online survey and face-to-face interviews.

You said

You have provided valuation information which is now being collated and analysed, so that we can develop a citywide parking strategy.

Why a parking strategy?

The City wishes to develop a strategy to help:

  • Reduce development costs and increased affordability
  • Allow more compact community planning
  • Encourage other modes of transport and reduce car use thereby reducing congestion, accidents and pollution

We asked

We asked you to identify parking hot spots around the City of Cockburn, potential solutions and what you might do if parking in these locations remained a challenge. We conducted an online survey and face-to-face interviews.

You said

You have provided valuation information which is now being collated and analysed, so that we can develop a citywide parking strategy.

Why a parking strategy?

The City wishes to develop a strategy to help:

  • Reduce development costs and increased affordability
  • Allow more compact community planning
  • Encourage other modes of transport and reduce car use thereby reducing congestion, accidents and pollution
  • Improve options and quality of service, especially for people who can not drive
  • Improve the design flexibility for parking
  • Maximise the use of land for angle parking and new parking stations
  • Consider paid parking in future years to help pay for new parking facilities and maintenance of existing parking areas
  • Guidelines to shape the future provision of parking over the next decade


Parking

almost 2 years

Use a pin to mark your parking hotspots

Use a pin to mark your parking hotspots

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded