Central Sydney on-street parking policy

Consultation has concluded

The Central Sydney on-street parking policy was adopted by resolution of Council on 23 November 2015.

Parking and loading in central Sydney will change in the near future as several major transport projects come online, such as the construction of the CBD and South East Light Rail on George Street and separated cycleways on Liverpool, Kent, Castlereagh and Park streets. Roads and Maritime Services' Sydney City Centre Capacity Improvement Plan will also modify on-street space further by removing some kerbside loading, coach zones and taxi ranks in the CBD.

The City of Sydney invites your comments on a draft policy that aims to guide the selection of parking controls in central Sydney, both during and after construction of these projects. It prioritises access for business functions, taxis and essential services such as:

  • goods delivery
  • taxi ranking
  • emergency and essential services parking
  • coach pick up and set down
  • general pick up and set down for hotels and venues
  • dedicated mobility parking.

On exhibition

You can download the draft policy from the Document Library or view printed copies until 28 August 2015 at:

One Stop Shop (CBD)
Level 2, Town Hall House
456 Kent Street, Sydney

Monday to Friday: 8am to 6pm

Submissions

You can email your submissions to cbdparkingpolicy@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au or submissions marked 'Draft Central Sydney On-Street Parking Policy' can be posted to:

Chief Executive Officer
Attention: Bryony Cooper, Executive Manager Access and Transport
City of Sydney
GPO Box 1591
Sydney NSW 2001

Your submission must be received no later than 28 August 2015.

The Central Sydney on-street parking policy was adopted by resolution of Council on 23 November 2015.

Parking and loading in central Sydney will change in the near future as several major transport projects come online, such as the construction of the CBD and South East Light Rail on George Street and separated cycleways on Liverpool, Kent, Castlereagh and Park streets. Roads and Maritime Services' Sydney City Centre Capacity Improvement Plan will also modify on-street space further by removing some kerbside loading, coach zones and taxi ranks in the CBD.

The City of Sydney invites your comments on a draft policy that aims to guide the selection of parking controls in central Sydney, both during and after construction of these projects. It prioritises access for business functions, taxis and essential services such as:

  • goods delivery
  • taxi ranking
  • emergency and essential services parking
  • coach pick up and set down
  • general pick up and set down for hotels and venues
  • dedicated mobility parking.

On exhibition

You can download the draft policy from the Document Library or view printed copies until 28 August 2015 at:

One Stop Shop (CBD)
Level 2, Town Hall House
456 Kent Street, Sydney

Monday to Friday: 8am to 6pm

Submissions

You can email your submissions to cbdparkingpolicy@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au or submissions marked 'Draft Central Sydney On-Street Parking Policy' can be posted to:

Chief Executive Officer
Attention: Bryony Cooper, Executive Manager Access and Transport
City of Sydney
GPO Box 1591
Sydney NSW 2001

Your submission must be received no later than 28 August 2015.