This scheme aims to make parking available for shoppers and visitors to the city.
Meters and pay-and-display have hourly rates around the central business district.
Wellington offers a New Zealand first - paying for your parking by credit card without having to pre-register.
Phone2park allows you to pay for on-street parking by sending text messages with your mobile phone from your car.
SmartPark is a personal parking meter you keep in your car. It takes away the need to have cash for meters or pay-and-display machines.
Snapper cards can now be used at some on-street parking meters in Wellington city - just look for the Snapper sign on the meter.
TXT-a-Park allows you to pay for on-street parking by sending text messages with your mobile phone.
There are about 3600 on-street car parking spaces in Wellington's central business district: Metered Parking Locations (366KB PDF) | CSV version (274KB CSV)
101 Wakefield Street
PO Box 2199
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