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Porter Street, Ryde - New Timed Parking

Consultation closed on 30 June 2019

City of Ryde is seeking feedback on a proposal to introduce timed parking on the eastern side of Porter Street, north of Well Street, Ryde.

The proposal will replace the existing No Stopping restrictions and provide three new timed parking spaces for residents and visitors to the area.  

What are the proposed changes?

In order to improve short-term parking availability in the area, Council is proposing to introduce 16 metres (approximately three parking spaces) of '2P 8am-6pm Mon-Fri' parking on the eastern side of Porter Street, north of Well Street.

Timed parking restriction would be in effect from 8:00am to 6:00pm Monday to Friday. Parking in these spaces would be unrestricted outside of these hours.

Why is the change being considered?

These changes will increase parking availability in the area for residents and visitors.  Additionally, the parked vehicles will act as a form of traffic calming by restricting the carriageway width and therefore encourage drivers to reduce speed in the area.

To view the plans, click the link in the menu on the right. 

Latest Updates

Have Your Say has now closed

Published on 1 July 2019

Have Your Say on the proposal to introduce timed parking on the eastern side of Porter Street, north of Well Street, Ryde has now closed.

 

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 13 June 2019

Have Your Say is now open on the proposal to introduce timed parking on the eastern side of Porter Street, north of Well Street, Ryde.

 

Have Your Say

Use the online submission form below to provide feedback on the proposed introduction of timed parking on the eastern side of Porter Street, north of Well Street, Ryde.

All submissions must be received by Sunday 30 June 2019.

Online Submission Form

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View the Plan

Contact us

For more information about this proposal please call our Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222 and quote Our Reference T2019-00716

Last updated on 1 July 2019