Parking Surveys

Parking assessments can require a wide range of data including occupancy, duration of stay, turnover, "bay-shuffling" and entry/exit identification. We employ a variety of field techniques including number plate data collection, video collection and occupancy counting. Also, we have developed innovative plate matching spreadsheets to capture "near misses" and "bay shuffling" in time restricted areas. Our process includes linkages to GPS mapping allowing informative time series occupancy and duration of stay output to be presented.

 

Selected Examples

Cairns CBD Parking Survey

Client Cairns Regional Council

Cairns Regional Council commissioned TDC to undertake CBD wide parking duration of stay and occupancy survey using both manual methods and Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology.

 

SEQ  Park n Ride Utilisation Survey

Client DTMR Metro Region

TDC was commissioned to undertake parking surveys across all Park n Ride Train and Bus facilities in South East Queensland.  Data was collected using GPS technology.  Sites were surveyed over a 9 day mid week period.

 

Glebe Parking Study

Client City of Sydney

A parking bay and Signage Inventory was undertaken over a one week period.  The parking bays were recorded via GPS and transferred into Map Info  for completion of a parking occupancy survey.
 

East Sydney Parking  Survey

Client City of Sydney

A parking bay and Signage Inventory was undertaken over a one week period.  The parking bays and signs were recorded via GPS and transferred into Map Info along with photographs of each sign.  A parking occupancy survey was then undertaken over a 4 week period.
 

Wollongong Parking Study

Client Wollongong City Council

A parking occupancy survey was undertaken over 2 days in the Wollongong CBD.

 

Townsville CBD Parking Study

Client Townsville Regional Council

TDC was commissioned to undertake a comprehensive parking survey of the Townsville CBD including inventory, occupancy and turn over. The survey was undertaken over a 3 day period to assess parking demands

 

 

 

 

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