What you told us about parking in the central city
Your feedback on the priorities for the allocation of street space to parking types/uses for the central city told us:
- 58 percent of respondents felt bike parking should be a high priority
- 54 percent of respondents felt mobility parking should be a high priority
- 51 percent felt urban amenity features (such as street trees, plantings, seats, public art) should be a high priority
- 52 percent also supported commuter parking not being a priority for street space allocation at all
- 25 percent of respondents ranked commuter parking as a low priority.
We talked about a number of solutions for when parking demand exceeds supply in the central city:
30 percent of respondents included making it easier to get to the central city in other ways (walking, cycling, public transport) as one of their preferred options
The second highest option selected was to increase parking charges (16 percent of respondents).