Ratonga tūnga waka
Parking in the CBD is important for shoppers, tourists and those working in and visiting the city.
What we do
We provide about 10 percent of the parking in central Wellington. This includes on-street parking spaces and off-street parking at various sites. Parking is important for shoppers, people working in the city, visitors to the city, and people coming in to the city for recreational activities.
- There will be an in-house Council group established to provide all parking services and enforcement from 1 July 2014.
- We are undertaking a trial of parking sensors for enforcement purposes and to gather information on occupancy. If the trial proves effective these may be installed across the city from 2015/16.
Measuring our performanceTop
Our targets for 2014/15 are:
- the average weekday on-street car park turnover rate is 6.8 cars per day, and for weekends it is 5.2 cars per day
- on average, 75% of on-street car parks are occupied
- 95% compliance with Council on-street car park time restrictions and 90% compliance with payment requirements
- 45% of residents are satisfied with the availability of on-street car parking during the week
- 60% of residents are satisfied with the availability of on-street car parking during the weekend
- the percentage of residents that perceive parking enforcement is fair will increase from previous year.
What it will costTop
|7.2 Parking||Operating expenditure 2014/15||Capital expenditure |
|7.2.1 – Parking||(26,022)||11,936||(14,086)||180|
|2014/15 7.2 Total||(26,022)||11,936||(14,086)||180|
|2012–22 LTP Yr 3 Total||(29,496)||13,110||(16,386)||-|
|Variance 2012–22 LTP Yr 3 to AP 14/15||3,474||(1,174)||2,300||180|