Proposed Ticket Parking - Area 15 Paddington

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The City of Sydney recently invited feedback on a proposal to introduce ticket parking on residential
streets in parking area 15. After reviewing this feedback, the City will not introduce ticket parking in
these streets. On Monday 3 April, the Lord Mayor sent a letter informing residents of the decision.

The Lord Mayor met with businesses and community members last year to find a long-term solution for parking in area 15. A solution was discussed to both protect resident parking spaces and allow some 4P parking on Greens Road for visitors to Oxford Street.

City of Sydney transport staff undertook a survey of the area and proposed paid parking to discourage
non-resident vehicles from overstaying and increase turnover of parking spaces for residents.
The City consulted businesses and residents about this proposal.

We received 71 submissions, with the majority of respondents objecting to the introduction of ticket parking. Given this feedback, we will not implement ticket parking in the area and will investigate other options.

This may include reinstating some 2P parking spaces on the eastern side of Greens Road between
Albion Avenue and Moore Park Road, Paddington.

We will keep you updated on any further parking proposals for the area.

If you would like to speak to a Council officer about the results of this consultation, please contact
Lynsey McGarvey, Transport Policy Officer, on 9265 9333.


Report back

The City of Sydney recently invited feedback on a proposal to introduce ticket parking on residential
streets in parking area 15. After reviewing this feedback, the City will not introduce ticket parking in
these streets. On Monday 3 April, the Lord Mayor sent a letter informing residents of the decision.

The Lord Mayor met with businesses and community members last year to find a long-term solution for parking in area 15. A solution was discussed to both protect resident parking spaces and allow some 4P parking on Greens Road for visitors to Oxford Street.

City of Sydney transport staff undertook a survey of the area and proposed paid parking to discourage
non-resident vehicles from overstaying and increase turnover of parking spaces for residents.
The City consulted businesses and residents about this proposal.

We received 71 submissions, with the majority of respondents objecting to the introduction of ticket parking. Given this feedback, we will not implement ticket parking in the area and will investigate other options.

This may include reinstating some 2P parking spaces on the eastern side of Greens Road between
Albion Avenue and Moore Park Road, Paddington.

We will keep you updated on any further parking proposals for the area.

If you would like to speak to a Council officer about the results of this consultation, please contact
Lynsey McGarvey, Transport Policy Officer, on 9265 9333.


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