Parking takes up a huge amount of space in our cities but its impact on our urban form and travel choices is often overlooked.
A large supply of unregulated parking can worsen congestion, undermine efforts to improve public transport and cycling, and increase GHG emissions. It can also be a barrier to creating more vibrant and walkable neighbourhoods.
Effective parking management strategies can be implemented quickly and affordably, and provide many benefits.
However, the public has strong views on parking (ask any business association leader or local councillor), and well-planned communication is critical.
In this webinar you will hear from:
- Scott Ebbett, Principal at MRCagney
- Andrew McGill, Head of Integrated Network Planning at Auckland Transport
- Vida Christeller, Manager City Design at Wellington City Council
They will discuss the role of parking management in creating thriving low-carbon urban places. They will share experiences in communicating with the public on changes to parking and using street space in different ways.
Please register below.