Mobility Parking Spaces survey
We are seeking feedback from users of mobility parking on whether the Council's mobility parking spaces are fit for purpose and in the preferred locations.
||15 April 2019
||5.00p.m., 15 May 2019
Travel and transport technology, infrastructure and behaviour has changed significantly over the last decade and will continue to change in to the future. The Council’s role is to ensure transport choices are balanced, integrated and flexible to support the city’s growth over the long-term. Wellington Towards 2040: Smart Capital, the Wellington Urban Growth Plan, the Low Carbon Capital Plan 2016 and the Let’s Get Wellington Moving programme are all encouraging walking, cycling and public transport over other modes of transport and prioritising the movement of people and goods over private vehicles.
Private vehicles will continue to be a necessary part of the transport mix, particularly where alternative modes of travel are not appropriate, such as for those with limited mobility. There are 129 Wellington City Council on and off-street mobility parking spaces, in addition to the 60 spaces in the central city area. The off-street parking spaces are at Council venues such as the Regional Aquatic Centre, Freyberg pool, Tawa pool plus mobility parking spaces at the car parks for other Wellington City Council venues such as Zealandia and the zoo.
We are seeking feedback from users on whether the Council's mobility parking spaces are fit for purpose and in the preferred locations. We also want your views on whether there are other locations in Wellington city where access could be improved by adding mobility parking spaces.
You can share your thoughts about the Mobility Parking Spaces survey until 5pm Wednesday 15 May.