Central Coast News
Council checks in to ask Community about Current Parking Needs to Finalise Region Wide Plan
The Central Coast Parking Study and Implementation Plan has been guided by previous community consultation activities and includes short, and medium-to-long term strategies to deliver additional parking where required.
The study also looks at improved public and other transport options and has assessed the commuter parking needs for Gosford, Woy Woy, Wyong, Warnervale, Ourimbah, Tuggerah and Lisarow train stations which are identified for focused investment.
The focus areas of the plan have also included Wyong CBD, Terrigal CBD, The Entrance Town Centre and various coastal hot spots.
Mayor Lisa Matthews is urging the public to have their say on parking in their local area and our region as a whole.
"Council understands that car parking is a significant issue of concern to the community and is actively working to ensure a plan is put in place to meet the immediate and future needs of the Central Coast and ensure the best outcome for Council's future investment," said Mayor Matthews.
"We will continue to explore all options and work closely with all levels of government into the future to address car parking issues for our residents."
The Central Coast Parking Strategy Implementation Plan is currently on public exhibition online until Sunday 16 August 2020 for the community to submit their comments.
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