Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line Parking TrialHave Your Say

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When the Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line (formerly known as the Moreton Bay Rail Link project) commenced operation in October 2016, there were concerns that train commuters would park in residential streets near the new railway stations. To address these concerns, Council initiated a trial parking permit scheme, which was intended to restrict commuter parking in streets near the railway stations.

As part of the trial parking permit scheme, new signage was installed and eligible households were offered parking permits to allow street parking. Two types of permits were made available free of charge - a ‘Resident Parking Permit’ (issued to an eligible resident who resides at the household) and up to two ‘Visitor Parking Permits’ per household.

The current scheme and parking permits expire on 30 September 2018. Council is currently considering options of continuing with and/or altering the permit scheme and we are asking for your feedback.

To provide Council with your feedback, please complete the following survey. Feedback on the trial parking permit scheme closes on Friday 31 August 2018.

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Project feedback

Do you experience problems with parking in your street?

Do you think the permit scheme should continue?

Do you need a resident parking permit?

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Moreton Bay Regional Council is collecting your personal information for the purposes of reviewing feedback on the Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Line Street Parking Permit Trial. Your information will not be given to any other person or agency unless you have given us permission or we are required to by law. For more information, see Council's Information Privacy Plan.

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