Future Transport sets the vision, directions and principles for customer mobility in NSW, guiding transport investment over the longer term.
Over the past two years the world has changed dramatically, and in NSW alone, our communities have faced natural disasters including bushfires, floods, drought and more recently the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
While these challenges have significantly changed the way people live, work, travel and do business, it has accelerated the need to adapt and respond to these challenges to continue to meet customers and community needs across our state.
To address these issues, the NSW Government is currently undertaking a review of the Future Transport Strategy, our long-term plan for the future of transport across NSW. As part of the review we have developed a series of topics papers to identify a number of emerging trends and key issues that are under consideration for review, one of which is ‘parking in cities’.
Parking in cities
Access to reliable parking underpins many of our everyday activities, from grocery shopping to visiting friends. For many workers in trades, construction, logistics or home services, parking is critical to doing a day’s work. For others, parking at train stations is essential to completing a commute by public transport. The way we manage parking is a powerful opportunity to shape the kind of cities, centres and neighbourhoods we want.
Have your say
We are seeking your feedback on how we manage parking to shape our cities, centres and neighbourhoods. Your feedback will inform the Future Transport Strategy review and ultimately the vision, direction and principles for customer mobility in NSW. To help you have your say, you can read the topic paper.
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This engagement is now closed. Thank you to participants for providing your input and ideas which we are currently reviewing.
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