The Dunedin City Council has banked a $2 million profit from parking meters in less than a year, new figures show.
Otago Peninsula Community Board chairwoman Irene Scurr says lessons have been learned following changes to parking introduced at Portobello last month.
Few issues arouse public attention like parking. Most adults have access to cars, and most at some stage or another look for parking spaces.
Loading zones on Dunedin's streets look set to be replaced by new "authorised vehicle" bays requiring permits for use, if the recommendations of a Dunedin City Council hearings committee are accepted.
The Dunedin City Council's controversial parking changes come back before a hearings committee today, as a special consultative procedure to create "authorised vehicle" parking bays for goods and service vehicles, residents' parking and other special parking areas is considered.
Parking officers have to issue $2.4 million worth of parking fines each year just to ensure drivers behave, Kevin Thompson says. In response to a request for information and questions posed by...
Russell Garbutt is bemused by the apparent logic behind the DCC decision to get rid of the clearway on London St, a situation that, he says, has resulted in a significant increase in traffic congestion.
The majority of parking changes decided recently for Dunedin will be in place by Monday.
Dunedin bus planners are allowing downtown bus stops to be used unwisely for short-term bus parking, while proposing a complicated high-tech solution to solve a simple problem, writes Peter Dowden.
The Dunedin City Council is set to take another look at residents' parking in the inner city, following complaints.
The Dunedin City Council's caution - and confusion - over possible changes to the operation of buses in the central city is palpable.
Changes aimed at fixing Dunedin's inner-city parking have been confirmed, and with a last-minute concession for upset Frederick St retailers who led the charge.
The most vocal critics of the Dunedin City Council's parking strategy say they are not popping Champagne corks just yet, after changes to inner-city parking confirmed this week.