Smarter Ways to Manage Parking

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Ngā Ara Kokoi hei Whakahaere Papawaka

Consultation on the draft Parking Policy closed at 5pm, 8 June 2020.

Thank you for your interest and to those who entered a submission, joined our webinars, commented on our social media posts, participated in our quick polls or spoke to us in person.

Your views and suggestions are valuable to us and will help form the final proposal to Council. All the feedback we have received will be provided to Councillors for their review before they deliberate the final proposal in August.

We received 441 submissions via the online form, plus 93 additional submissions by email and 6 submissions by post, hundreds of comments on our Facebook posts and responses to our quick polls. 51 people made an oral submission, 23 on behalf of a group or an organisation and the remainder as an individual. A more detailed breakdown of all submissions received will be provided in a summary report.



Ngā Ara Kokoi hei Whakahaere Papawaka

Consultation on the draft Parking Policy closed at 5pm, 8 June 2020.

Thank you for your interest and to those who entered a submission, joined our webinars, commented on our social media posts, participated in our quick polls or spoke to us in person.

Your views and suggestions are valuable to us and will help form the final proposal to Council. All the feedback we have received will be provided to Councillors for their review before they deliberate the final proposal in August.

We received 441 submissions via the online form, plus 93 additional submissions by email and 6 submissions by post, hundreds of comments on our Facebook posts and responses to our quick polls. 51 people made an oral submission, 23 on behalf of a group or an organisation and the remainder as an individual. A more detailed breakdown of all submissions received will be provided in a summary report.



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Over the next 30 years Wellington will be home to another 50,000-80,000 residents and many more workers will commute in from the wider region. 

    We need to look at how we allocate road space for parking and manage parking differently to support our growing population. We need a more efficient transport system that makes better use of our limited road space while helping to reduce the city’s carbon emissions. This means moving more people using fewer vehicles; more public transport use, walking and cycling and fewer people driving and parking in busy areas. 

    We value your feedback, and want your feedback on our proposals for a new parking policy in the 23 questions below. Please answer the questions that are applicable to you.

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