Paid Parking in the Parliamentary Triangle delayed

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PAID parking in the parliamentary triangle was supposed to commence on 1 July.

But now the NCA have admitted things have not gone well and the implementation has been put back by two to three months while they get their act together.

NCA Chief Executive, Malcolm Snow said the components and tasks involved in delivering a pay parking scheme were originally underestimated.

“The extent and complexity of the activities involved in implementing pay parking was not sufficiently identified in the original proposal,’ Malcolm said.

“The issues include arrangements and fees for payment of parking via credit cards, collection of cash from the machines, and charges for parking infringement notices.”

Some of the arrangements required to support pay parking will be implemented by 1 July. These include:

  • Installation of parking machines, parking signage, bay-line markings and pedestrian refuge traffic islands

  • Upgrades to the Windsor Walk and York Park car park
  • The mix of short stay and long stay parking has been determined
  • The allocation of volunteer, accessible and motorcycle parking; and
  • Selection of service providers for the day-to-day operation of pay parking.

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3 Responses to “Paid Parking in the Parliamentary Triangle delayed”

  1. JK
    June 2, 2014 at 11:51 am #

    These are the volunteer guides at public institutions.

  2. GP
    May 27, 2014 at 1:01 pm #

    So does this mean that the pay rise for public servants (to cover the additional expense) will be delayed as well?

  3. _p1_
    May 27, 2014 at 12:21 pm #

    I am not familiar with ‘volunteer’ as a category of parking elsewhere in the city. Does anyone know how that works?

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