Mobility Parking Spaces Survey

It is important that all people with disabilities, particularly those that are not able to use public or active transport, can easily access services, educational venues, events and recreational facilities in Wellington. This means we need enough mobility parking spaces in business and entertainment areas and near sports and recreational venues.

There are 129 Wellington City Council on and off-street mobility parking spaces, in addition to the 60 spaces in the central city area. These 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 want to regularly monitor the Council's mobility parking spaces to ensure they 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.

The Council has completed a technical review of the central city area on-street mobility parking spaces and conducted a survey of mobility parking space use. A report of our findings from these surveys will be completed in the coming months. The Council will develop a schedule of improvements using the information gathered from the review, feedback from users via drop-in events and the feedback from the online survey. Feedback provided on this site will help us to regularly monitor whether the Council's mobility parking spaces are fit for purpose.

Click through the tabs below to explore the different feedback options to help you provide us with your thoughts.


It is important that all people with disabilities, particularly those that are not able to use public or active transport, can easily access services, educational venues, events and recreational facilities in Wellington. This means we need enough mobility parking spaces in business and entertainment areas and near sports and recreational venues.

There are 129 Wellington City Council on and off-street mobility parking spaces, in addition to the 60 spaces in the central city area. These 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 want to regularly monitor the Council's mobility parking spaces to ensure they 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.

The Council has completed a technical review of the central city area on-street mobility parking spaces and conducted a survey of mobility parking space use. A report of our findings from these surveys will be completed in the coming months. The Council will develop a schedule of improvements using the information gathered from the review, feedback from users via drop-in events and the feedback from the online survey. Feedback provided on this site will help us to regularly monitor whether the Council's mobility parking spaces are fit for purpose.

Click through the tabs below to explore the different feedback options to help you provide us with your thoughts.


We want to better understand people's experiences of using our mobility parking spaces. If you would like to share your personal experiences of using the Council's mobility parking spaces in Wellington City, either as the driver or the passenger, you can write it here. 


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