Redcliffe Peninsula rail line parking permits

Parking restrictions apply in signed areas surrounding five railway stations along the Redcliffe Peninsula rail line between 6:00 AM and 6:00 PM Monday to Friday inclusive, unless a parking permit is displayed.

Resident parking permit

An eligible resident is a person with a driver’s licence listen on an address within the restricted parking area.  View the detailed map of your area to determine if a permit is required.

An eligible resident is entitled to nominate one vehicle (registered motorbike or car) for a non-transferable resident parking permit.  A vehicle with a valid resident parking permit can park in the resident's street for which the permit was provided and within areas signed ‘No Parking 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday to Friday (Parking permits excepted)’.

A second resident permit may also be issued to an eligible resident for a work vehicle.  To apply for a second resident permit, appropriate documentation is to be provided with the application to verify that the second nominated vehicle is a work vehicle e.g. supporting letter on company letterhead.

Resident parking permits will not be issued to

  • Visiting contractors who do not reside at the address
  • Non-resident landlords
  • People who do not reside at the address full-time
  • Residents living outside of the Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line parking area

How to apply

Complete the online Redcliffe Peninsula permit application for the area you are located in.

Kallangur resident on street parking permit Apply now 
Murrumba Downs resident on street parking permit     Apply now
Mango Hill resident on street parking permit Apply now
Mango Hill East resident on street parking permit Apply now
Kippa-Ring resident on street parking permit Apply now

 

Visitor parking permit

A vehicle displaying a visitor parking permit is permitted to park in the resident's street for which the permit was provided with the areas signed ‘No Parking 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday to Friday (Parking permits excepted)’.

Visitor permits will not be issued for the following vehicle types

  • Trailer, boats
  • Caravans
  • Buses
  • Tractors
  • Heavy Vehicles
  • Unregistered Vehicles

How to apply

Complete the Visitor parking permit application(PDF, 149KB) and return to Council.

Trial outcomes

The results of the trial and feedback from residents was presented to Council on the 8 October 2018 where it was recommended and resolved that Council would reduce the size of the permit parking areas around each railway station.

The changes will still ensure all-day commuters cannot park in local streets plus offer potential benefits of more efficient monitoring and enforcement (due to smaller ‘footprint’) and provide better awareness about parking restrictions in the permit areas.

These changes and the other improvements outlined below are based on:

  • consultation with Councillors from each division where a station is located
  • review of residents’ feedback and the issues identified
  • feedback from TransLink
  • officer analysis of the data and site inspections
  • Regulatory Services input
  • the catchment’s ‘walkability’ within 400m of each station as detailed in the mapped areas

Changes to parking permit areas Redcliffe Peninsular Rail Line

The two year parking permit scheme trial surrounding the six railway stations along the Redcliffe Peninsula rail line was due to expire 30 September 2018. However, the scheme will now continue where signed until 12 midnight 31 December 2018. As from 1 January 2019 onwards, the new scheme will take effect.

Where the new scheme will apply, the same parking restrictions will apply, that is No Parking (Permits Excepted) will be signed and enforced between 6:00 AM and 6:00 PM, Monday to Friday inclusive. The transition from the existing scheme to a new permit area will also be patrolled and enforced.  The display of permits will be required where signed.