The primary purpose of introducing on-street and campus pay parking controls is to manage parking demand and improve vehicle accessibility for both residents and visitors. At the same time it can be a valuable source of revenue for much needed public works.
Implementing any kind of on-street parking policy is often fraught with both political challenges and traffic management implications. We are able to assist councils, hospitals and universities in developing a parking solution that is technically sound, whilst considering the needs of the community.
The effective implementation of parking schemes has a critical role in reducing congestion, improving kerbside utilisation, providing accessibility, and public transport integration. Stakeholder consultation is an essential element of any successful scheme.