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Access & Parking Strategy For Health Campuses in the Perth Metropolitan Area Russell Bance Martin Hicks Delivering a Healthy WA Project Objectives Begin to address car parking shortages at Perth hospitals

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Access & Parking Strategy

For Health Campuses in the Perth Metropolitan Area

Russell Bance

Martin Hicks

Delivering a Healthy WA

project objectives
Project Objectives
  • Begin to address car parking shortages at Perth hospitals
  • Enable patients, visitors, volunteers and staff who need car parking most to park at each site
  • Encourage staff to carpool, walk, cycle or use public transport
  • Ensure access to car parking for staff is equitable and consistently applied
  • Limit the impact of traffic on the community
principles
Principles
  • Eventually Parking will be administered on a user pays basis
  • Fees will be introduced in a staged process over 4 years
  • No fee increases until 1 January 2011
priority groups
Priority Groups

Priority Group 1

  • Patient and Visitors
  • All rotating shift workers (working outside Monday to Friday 7.00am to 6.30pm)
  • Staff who regularly work between campuses (3 times or more per week)
  • Emergency call out staff while on call
  • ACROD permit holders
  • Couriers / laboratory vehicles / maintenance vehicles / contractor vehicles
  • Government vehicles
  • Medical Consultants
  • Voluntary transport drivers and volunteers

Priority Group 2

  • Car poolers and Green Permit Holders
  • Demonstrated primary carers
  • Where comparative total travel time via public transport exceeds private travel time by more than 45 mins per journey
  • Journeys where public transport is not available

Priority Group 3

  • Staff who only work inside of Monday to Friday 7.00am to 6.30pm
where do my fees go
Where do my fees go?
  • Car park infrastructure-”Pay as you go”
  • Lighting
  • Maintenance of Car Parks
  • End of trip facilities – showers / bike racks
  • Signage
  • Car Pooling Register
  • TravelSmart
what else is going on
What else is going on?
  • PTA solutions – negotiate for increased bus services
  • Staff discount on public transport
  • Bicycle User Groups
  • Offsite parking solutions
  • Travel Plans
  • Green Commuter parking
  • Online Car Pooling Register to be created
process what will i need to do
Process – What will I need to do?
  • Complete an application and payroll deduction form
  • Signed by Head of Department
  • Submit to Metropolitan Access & Parking Dept
  • If parking approved permit posted to you
  • Attach permit to vehicle when parking onsite
thank you for listening
Thank you for listening
  • Any questions????
  • PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to discuss questions relating to personal circumstances in this forum