Parking sensors are being installed across Kangaroo Bay and Bellerive in Tasmania, as part of the Parking Sensor Installation Project, which aims to install approximately 1000 parking sensors throughout the area. 

Installation will be undertaken outside of business hours. 

The Clarence City Council is working to ensure there is minimal disruption to residents and lease owners, with installation to be undertaken outside of business hours.

Access to properties will be maintained for the duration of the works, but relevant parking bays will be temporarily unavailable during the installation process.

The purpose of the sensors that are being installed include:

  • Improvement to the way Clarence City Council manages vehicle turnover, especially vehicles that have overstayed their time limit, enabling more customers throughout the door to local businesses
  • Provide the council with parking data to enhance decisions regarding parking management, including reviewing restriction times, across the city
  • Allow the council to share real-time parking data, for parking bays with sensors, such as live parking availability and directions to available areas – including accessible parking bays

The Clarence City Council’s current position to not charge for parking is unchanged.  

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