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Temporary Resident Parking Scheme Review- Epping to Chatswood Rail Shutdown

Consultation closed on 30 June 2019

Last year, Council installed temporary Resident Parking Scheme (RPS) parking restrictions in a number of residential streets in North Ryde and Marsfield (along one side of the street) for the duration of the Epping to Chatswood railway shutdown. With the recent commencement of the Metro North West services, the temporary RPS that Council established is now due for review.

Council is now requesting feedback from residents to determine if they would like their street to be assessed for a permanent RPS, or if they want the street reverted back to unrestricted parking.

For your street to be assessed for a RPS, residents from at least 51% of the properties in the street will need to complete the survey and indicate that they are in support of their street being assessed for a RPS.

If the 51% support is not achieved, the 2P Resident Parking signage will be removed. However, any statutory signage that was installed for No Stopping or Bus Zones will be retained. 

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Have Your Say has now closed

Published on 1 July 2019

Have Your Say on the Resident Parking Scheme - Epping to Chatswood Rail Shutdown has now closed. 

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 7 June 2019

Have Your Say on the Resident Parking Scheme - Epping to Chatswood Rail Shutdown is now open until Sunday 30 June 2019.

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Please note that only one survey per household will be considered (in the event that multiple surveys are entered for a single property, the most recent survey received will be used)All submissions for the Temporary Resident Parking Scheme - Epping to Chatswood Rail Shutdown must be received by Sunday 30 June 2019.

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Past Have Your Say

Click here for more information on the 2018 Have Your Say on the Temporary 2P Parking During the Epping to Chatswood Rail Shutdown.

Last updated on 1 July 2019