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St Albans Activity Centre
Car Parking Management Plan
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Trafficworks has been engaged by Brimbank City Council to undertake a Car Parking Management
Plan for the St Albans activity centre. The Car Parking Management Plan was developed to provide
guidance to Council in management of their existing car parking across the activity centre to
improve car parking efficiency before increasing provision of additional car parking spaces. The
Car Parking Management Plan also integrates the Brimbank Parking Strategy findings and actions
to improve car parking efficiency.
From the Brimbank Parking Strategy, action and reference includes:
Action 1.1: Develop and implement Parking Management Plans for activity centres
Appendix A: Hierarchy of priority users for public space.
The Car Parking Management Plan aims to achieve the objectives of the Brimbank Parking Strategy
which includes:
Parking is readily available and well located for those who need and value it most
Parking supply is well-designed and efficiently utilised within the activity centre
Residential on-street parking is efficiently utilised and, where scarce, is actively managed
to prioritise the needs of residents
Demand for on-street parking minimises undue negative impacts on local residents
On and off-street parking facilities are efficiently utilised with sharing across multiple user
groups.
The Car Parking Management Plan, in reference to the Brimbank Parking Strategy was undertaken
to:
Assess current car parking conditions
Assess the car parking survey results for each activity centre
Review the car parking occupancy and duration
Assess complaints from the community relating to car parking for each activity centre
Identify and address car parking issues for each activity centre
Prepare recommendations for the car parking management of each activity centre.
From the analysis undertaken and in conjunction with site observations and consultation with
council officers, it has been identified that changes are required for 37 on-street and off-street car
parking areas within St Albans activity centre. These 37 car parking areas identified are in
conjunction with the
Appendix C.5 -
Intervention triggers for parking control’
of the Brimbank
Parking Strategy.
Each car parking area was given a priority score based on the level of occupancy, compliance,
vehicle turnover and number of car parking concerns from the community. The priority score
provides a ranking for which car parking areas require action.
For each of the 37 car parking areas identified, recommendations have been suggested based on
the level of occupancy, compliance, vehicle turnover, car parking concerns and complaints. The
recommendations for on-street and off-street car parking generally include:

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Increased parking enforcement required within the area
Linemark car parking bays
Maintenance of linemarking and signage
Implement and / or change current parking restrictions
Implement parking restrictions with resident permit parking
Consistent time period of parking restrictions
Implement directional signage to direct patrons to off-street car parking locations
Provide additional disabled parking bays
Provide additional loading zones
Introduce formal pick up / drop off zones
Distribute commuter parking overflow throughout the area
Installation of parking overstay detection systems (PODS)
Restrict parking to one side for car parking congested roads.
The recommendations provided are for Council owned on-street and off-street car parking spaces
and should be subject to consultation with the community and local residents for the St Albans
activity centre.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................. 1
2 BACKGROUND................................................................................................................... 2
2.1 Subject site.............................................................................................................................2
3 CAR PARKING.................................................................................................................... 4
3.1 Car parking surveys ...............................................................................................................4
3.2 Car parking occupancy ..........................................................................................................6
3.3 Car parking duration........................................................................................................... 13
3.4 Car parking compliance and average duration of stay..................................................... 18
3.5 Car parking turnover........................................................................................................... 23
3.6 Complaints relating to car parking..................................................................................... 30
4 RECOMMENDATIONS ..................................................................................................... 32
4.1 Car parking priority score ................................................................................................... 33
4.2 Car parking recommendations........................................................................................... 36
ATTACHMENT A
CAR PARKING SURVEY INVENTORY
ATTACHMENT B
CAR PARKING OCCUPANCY SURVEY SUMMARY MAPS
ATTACHMENT C
CAR PARKING OCCUPANCY SURVEY SUMMARIES
ATTACHMENT D
CAR PARKING DURATION SURVEY SUMMARIES
ATTACHMENT E
CAR PARKING COMPLIANCE AND VEHICLE TURNOVER SUMMARIES
ATTACHMENT F
CAR PARKING PRIORITY AND RECOMMENDATION SUMMARIES

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1 INTRODUCTION
Trafficworks has been engaged by Brimbank City Council to undertake a Car Parking Management
Plan for the St Albans activity centre. The Car Parking Management Plan was developed to provide
guidance to Council in management of existing car parking across the activity centre to improve
car parking efficiency before increasing provision of additional car parking spaces. The Car Parking
Management Plan also integrates the Brimbank Parking Strategy findings and actions to improve
car parking efficiency.
From the Brimbank Parking Strategy, action and reference includes:
Action 1.1: Develop and implement Parking Management Plans for activity centres
Appendix A: Hierarchy of priority users for public space.
The Car Parking Management Plan aims to achieve the objectives of the Brimbank Parking Strategy
which includes:
Parking is readily available and well located for those who need and value it most
Parking supply is well-designed and efficiently utilised within the activity centre
Residential on-street parking is efficiently utilised and, where scarce, is actively managed
to prioritise the needs of residents
Demand for on-street parking minimizes undue negative impacts on local residents
On and off-street parking facilities are efficiently utlisied with sharing across multiple user
groups.
The Car Parking Management Plan, in reference to the Brimbank Parking Strategy was undertaken
to:
Assess current car parking conditions
Assess the car parking survey results for each activity centre
Review the car parking occupancy and duration
Assess complaints from the community relating to car parking for each activity centre
Identify and address car parking issues for each activity centre
Prepare recommendations for the car parking management of each activity centre.

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2 BACKGROUND
2.1 Subject site
St Albans activity centre is located approximately 16.5 km north-west of Melbourne CBD. The
activity centre provides a mix of commercial, retail and residential land uses and is a shopping
strip precinct and community hub for local residents and visitors. The key transport network within
the activity centre include Main Road (East and West), St Albans Road, Alfrieda Street as well as
the St Albans railway station.
The St Albans railway station provides a key public transport mode and services the following lines:
Sunbury train line which provides a connection between Sunbury and Melbourne CBD
Bendigo regional train line which provides a connection between Bendigo and Melbourne
CBD
The study area includes Council owned car parking spaces within the St Albans activity centre, and
extends to the surrounding residential area. The boundaries for each activity centre for the car
parking management plan were identified by Council based on the following:
10-minute walking distance (approximately 500 m) from key attractors such as the railway
station and the St Albans CBD (Alfrieda Street)
St Albans Metropolitan Activity Centre as defined by Brimbank Strategic Planning and
Development
existing parking issues on the fringes of the activity centres.
The study includes all of the Council owned on-street car parking on the arterial and local roads,
and selected publicly available off-street car parking areas within each activity centre as outlined
in Figure 1.
The St Albans activity centre consists of two areas. Roads marked in blue in Figure 1 are referred
to as the central district which predominantly includes commercial, retail premises, community
and employment land uses. The outer area consists of predominantly residential dwellings and
education facilities as well as the activity centre railway station. The off-street car parking areas
marked by the yellow vehicle icons. The overall study area for each activity centre is highlighted in
red.

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Figure 1: St Albans activity centre (reproduced with permission from Melway Publishing Pty Ltd)
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3 CAR PARKING
3.1 Car parking surveys
Car parking occupancy and duration surveys were undertaken for the St Albans activity centre on
the following days:
Central district:
o
Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00 am
5.00 pm at 30-minute intervals
o
Thursday 19 September 2019 between 5.00 pm
9.00 pm at one-hour intervals
Outer area:
o
Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00 am
5.00 pm at two-hour intervals
Privately owned off-street car parks:
o
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The car parking restrictions that currently apply within the surveyed areas consist of:
General public car parking:
P 5 min
1 P
P 10 min
2 P
1/4 P
3 P
1/2 P
4 P
Unrestricted or P
Disabled access car parking:
2 P Disabled
P Disabled
3 P Disabled
Other
1
:
Loading zone
No Parking
Bus zone
No Stopping
Taxi zone
Clearway
Permit zone
Ambulance excepted
Resident excepted
Private car parking
Car parking inventory maps with parking restrictions for the St Albans activity centre are shown in
Attachment A.
1
Car parking spaces designated in “Other”
were excluded from the car parking assessment as these car parking
spaces are not generally available to the public.

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3.2 Car parking occupancy
Car parking occupancy percentages can generally be summarised as indicated in Table 1.
Table 1: Summary of car parking occupancies
Percentage
Occupancy
Description
≥ 90% Very high level of parking demand with the car park appearing “full” and customers/patrons
needing to circulate to find any available spaces. Delays occur and some frustration results in the
unavailability of car parking.
80%
89% High level of parking demand. Difficulty finding parking, motorists may circulate around searching
for available spaces. Customers/patrons are unlikely to find spaces near their destination and may
become annoyed with the lack of convenient parking.
70%
79% Moderate / high level of parking demand. Customers/patrons should generally find spaces with
ease. Customers/patrons may be able to find spaces near their destination. However, some
annoyance at a perceived lack of parking may be experienced from time to time.
50%
69% Moderate level of parking demand. Generally parking conditions are considered satisfactory.
Generally easy to find spaces when and where they are required.
< 50% Low level of parking demand. Customers/patrons have a high probability of finding a space near
their destination. Generally parking would not be considered an issue by customers.
Due to the large amount of data collected within each of the study areas, a summary of the St
Albans activity centre car parking occupancy is provided, rather than for individual street locations.
The car parking occupancy for each individual road location within the study areas are presented
in Attachments B and C.
A summary of the peak hour car parking occupancies within the central and outer areas is shown
in Figures 2 - 6. The peak hour car parking occupancies were taken as the combined occupancy of
both sides for on-street car parking.
Central district
A summary of the car parking occupancy survey results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00
am
5.00 pm revealed that the peak car parking demand occurred between 11.30 am
12.00
pm, where 664 car parking spaces were occupied and 62 car parking spaces were available. This
equates to an occupancy level of 91%, indicating a very high level of car parking demand.
In reference to Table C1 in Attachment C, the car parking occupancy within some individual
locations exceeded 80% indicating a high level of car parking demand in these specific areas.
These locations include:
On-street car parking:
Main Road East
Main Road West
East Esplanade Lane
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Alfrieda Street
McIvor Road
Arthur Street
Linda Street
Elaine Street
East Esplanade
Albert Crescent
Mitchell Street
Amy Street
Off-Street car parking:
Collins Street car park
St Albans Library car park
Figure 2: Overall car parking occupancy survey results
Thursday 20 June 2019
St Albans central district
A summary of the car parking occupancy survey results for Thursday 19 September 2019 between
5.00 pm
9.00 pm revealed that the peak car parking demand occurred between 5.00 pm
6.00
pm, where 532 car parking spaces were occupied, and 193 car parking spaces were available.
This equates to an occupancy level of 73%, indicating a moderate level of car parking demand.
However, in reference to Table C2 in Attachment C, the car parking occupancy within some
individual locations exceeded 80% indicating a high level of car parking demand in these specific
areas. These locations include:
On-street car parking:
Main Road East
Main Road West
Alfrieda Street
Arthur Street
Albert Crescent
Amy Street
Off-street car parking:
Collins Street car park
St Albans Library car park

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Figure 3: Overall car parking occupancy survey results
Thursday 19 September 2019
St Albans central district
(evening)
Outer area
A summary of the car parking occupancy survey results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00
am
5.00 pm revealed that the peak car parking demand occurred between 3.00 pm
5.00 pm,
where 762 car parking spaces were occupied and 951 car parking spaces were available. This
equates to an occupancy level of 23%, indicating a low level of car parking demand.
However, in reference to Table C3 in Attachment C, the car parking occupancy within some
individual locations exceeded 80% indicating a high level of car parking demand in these specific
areas. These locations include:
On-street car parking:
Theodore Street
Off-street car parking:
St Albans Community Centre (STACC) car park

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Figure 4: Overall car parking occupancy survey results
Thursday 20 June 2019
St Albans outer area

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Private car parks
Private car parks, in addition to council car parking spaces, were surveyed to provide an overview
of the car parking occupancy for the entire St Albans activity centre. Privately owned car parks
within the St Albans activity centre were also surveyed with aerial spot surveys completed at 11.00
am and 1.00 pm for each of the private car parks. The car parking occupancy results for the private
car parks are shown in Table 3. It should be noted that Brimbank City Council has no power of
delegation in implementing or changing parking restrictions within privately owned car parks.
Table 2: Overall car parking occupancy results - Wednesday 30 October 2019 - St Albans private car parks
Area
Car park section
Supply 11.00 AM 1.00 PM
St
Albans
Alfrieda Street car park
21 20
21
95% 100%
Victoria Crescent car park
21 17
13
81% 62%
IGA car park
91 37
23
41% 25%
East Esplanade car park
106 53
42
50% 40%
Big Sam's and McDonalds car park
163 155 107
95% 66%
St Albans Community Centre (STACC) car park 28*
28
24
100% 86%
38 McKechine Street car park
316 196 182
62% 58%
9A McKechine Street car park
36 39
39
108% 108%
1A Gratz Street car park
86
2
1
2%
1%
Woolworths car park
143 126 137
88% 96%
Princess Street and St Albans Road car park 80
32
35
40% 44%
Main Road East car park
51 23
19
45% 37%
*It should be noted that the St Albans Community Centre car park generally accommodates 34 car parking spaces.
However, during the survey period six out of the 34 car parking spaces were unavailable for use by the public due to
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Loading Zone
A summary of the car parking occupancy survey results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00
am
5.00 pm revealed that the peak loading zone parking demand occurred between 11.00 am
11.30 am, where 12 loading zone spaces were occupied and 7 loading zone spaces were
available. This equates to an occupancy level of 63%, indicating a moderate level of loading /
unloading parking demand within the central district.
The overall loading zones within the outer area were assessed, however these loading zones were
found to be under-utilised throughout the survey period.
Figure 5: Overall loading zone occupancy survey results
Thursday 20 June 2019
St Albans central district

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Disabled Access Car Parking
A summary of the car parking occupancy survey results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00
am
5.00 pm revealed that the peak disabled access car parking demand occurred between
11.30 am
12.30 pm, where 15 disabled access car parking spaces were occupied and 2
disabled access car parking spaces were available. This equates to an occupancy level of 63%,
indicating a high level of disabled access car parking demand within the central district.
The overall disabled access car parking within the outer area were assessed, however these
disabled access car parking spaces was found to be under-utilised throughout the survey period.
Figure 6: Overall disabled car parking occupancy survey results
Thursday 20 June 2019
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3.3 Car parking duration
Car parking duration surveys were undertaken to coincide with the car parking occupancy surveys
as outlined in Section 3.1 to identity the duration of stay of each parked vehicle within the study
areas. The car parking duration surveys for each of the study areas revealed that the majority of
vehicles parked for less than one hour within the central district, and for less than two hours within
the outer area.
The summaries of the car parking durations within the central district and outer area are shown
below with individual road location data presented in Tables D1, D2 and D3 of Attachment D.
Central district
Review of the car parking duration survey results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00 am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
54% of cars parked for 30 minutes or less
77% of cars parked for one hour or less
90% of cars parked for two hours or less
93% of cars parked for three hours or less
7% of cars parked for over three hours
Figure 7: Overall car parking duration survey results
Thursday 20 June 2019
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Review of the car parking duration survey results for Thursday 19 September 2019 between 5.00
pm
9.00 pm indicated the following:
69% of cars parked for one hour or less
85% of cars parked for two hours or less
92% of cars parked for three hours or less
8% of cars parked for over three hours
Figure 8: Overall car parking duration survey results
Thursday 19 September 2019
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Outer area
Review of the car parking duration survey results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00 am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
52% of cars parked for two hours or less
65% of cars parked for four hours or less
77% of cars parked for six hours or less
91% of cars parked for eight hours or less
9% of cars parked for over eight hours
Figure 9: Overall car parking duration survey results
Thursday 20 June 2019
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Loading Zone
Review of the car parking duration survey results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00 am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
49% of vehicles parked for 30 minutes or less
69% of vehicles parked for one hour or less
82% of vehicles parked for two hours or less
85% of vehicles parked for three hours or less
15% of vehicles parked for over three hours
Figure 10: Overall loading zone duration survey results
Thursday 20 June 2019
St Albans central district

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Disabled Access Car Parking
Review of the car parking duration survey results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00 am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
64% of vehicles parked for 30 minutes or less
83% of vehicles parked for one hour or less
92% of vehicles parked for two hours or less
93% of vehicles parked for three hours or less
7% of vehicles parked for over three hours
Figure 11: Overall disabled access car parking duration survey results
Thursday 20 June 2019
St Albans central
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3.4 Car parking compliance and average duration of stay
The car parking compliance and average duration of stay was derived from the car parking duration
surveys to identify the average duration of stay and percentage of vehicles overstaying the parking
restrictions. The car parking compliance assessment was analysed for the survey periods between
7.00 am
5.00 pm, as the majority of the parking restrictions apply within this period.
The summaries of the car parking compliance and average duration of stay within the central
district and outer area are shown below with individual road location data presented in Tables E1
and E2 of Attachment E.
It should be noted that duration surveys were conducted at 30-minute intervals for the central
district and 2-hour intervals for the outer area. For parking restrictions less than 30 minutes, it was
conservatively assumed the vehicles parking for less than 30 minutes are compliant within the
central district. For parking restrictions less than 1 hour, it was conservatively assumed the
vehicles parking for less than 2 hours are compliant within the outer area.
Central district
Review of the car parking compliance and average duration results for Thursday 20 June 2019
between 7.00 am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
1/4P parking restriction
2
:
o
18% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 35 minutes
o
supply of 5 car parking spaces
1/2P parking restriction:
o
47% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 1 hour and 11 minutes
o
supply of 14 car parking spaces
1P parking restriction:
o
15% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 55 minutes
o
supply of 129 car parking spaces
2P parking restriction:
o
10% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 1 hour and 14 minutes
o
supply of 491 car parking spaces
2
Car parking duration surveys were conducted at 30-minute intervals. For the ¼P restriction it has been conservatively
assumed that any vehicle parking for less than 30 minutes has complied with the parking restriction. It is known that
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4P parking restriction:
o
100% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 9 hours
o
supply of 6 car parking spaces
In reference to Table E1 in Attachment E, the car parking non-compliance (overstay) within some
individual locations exceeded 25%. These locations include:
On-street car parking:
Main Road West
West Esplanade Reserve
Albert Crescent
Mitchell Street
Amy Street
Figure 12: Overall Car parking compliance and average duration of stay results
Thursday 20 June 2019
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Outer area
Review of the car parking compliance and average duration results for Thursday 20 June 2019
between 7.00 am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
1P parking restriction
3
:
o
20% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 1 hour and 36 minutes
o
supply of 13 car parking spaces
2P parking restriction:
o
36% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 3 hour and 43 minutes
o
supply of 317 car parking spaces
3P parking restriction
5
:
o
49% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 1 hour and 46 minutes
o
supply of 35 car parking spaces
4P parking restriction:
o
48% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 4 hours and 17 minutes
o
supply of 37 car parking spaces
In reference to Table E2 in Attachment E, the car parking non-compliance (overstay) within some
individual locations exceeded 25%. These locations include:
On-street car parking:
Percy Street
Main Road West
Erica Avenue
Theodore Street
Albert Crescent
Marsden Crescent
Scott Avenue
Glendenning Street
Off-street car parking:
St Albans Community Centre
3
Car parking duration surveys were conducted at 2-hour intervals. For the 1P and 3P restriction, it has been
conservatively assumed that any vehicle parking for less than 2 hours and 4 hours respectively has complied with the
parking restriction. It is known that at least 20% of cars exceeded the time limit restriction for the 1P and at least 49%
of cars exceeded the time limit restriction for 3P.

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Figure 13: Overall car parking compliance and average duration of stay results
Thursday 20 June 2019
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Loading Zone and Disabled Access Car Parking
Review of the car parking compliance and average duration results for Thursday 20 June 2019
between 7.00 am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
30 minutes statutory loading zone parking restriction (if no time period is provided):
o
25% of vehicles parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
vehicles stayed for an average of 43 minutes
o
supply of 19 loading zone spaces
2P disabled access car parking restriction:
o
0% of cars parked for longer than the time limit permitted
o
cars stayed for an average of 40 minutes
o
supply of 9 disabled access car parking spaces
Figure 14: Overall loading zone and disabled parking compliance and average duration of stay results
Thursday 20
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3.5 Car parking turnover
Car parking turnover can generally be summarised as indicated in Table 3.
Table 3: Summary of car parking turnover
Vehicle
Turnover
Ratio
Description
Ratio Calculation
< 1.0 Low turnover - average duration
of stay is greater than the
parking restriction period.
If 100 car parking spaces are available within a car park area or
length of road, with 1P parking restrictions and the duration of stay
for all cars is 2 hours throughout the survey period of 10 hours, the
turnover of the car park area would be 500. This would result in a
ratio less than 1.0 (0.5) considered low turnover.
1.0 Ideal turnover
average
duration of stay is equal to the
parking restriction period.
If 100 car parking spaces are available within a car park area or
length of road, with 1P parking restrictions and the duration of stay
for all cars is 1 hour throughout the survey period of 10 hours, the
turnover of the car park area would be 1,000. This would result in
a ratio of 1.0 considered ideal turnover.
> 1.0 High turnover
average duration
of stay is greater than the
parking restriction period.
If 100 car parking spaces are available within a car park area or
length of road, with 1P parking restrictions and duration of stay for
all cars is 30 minutes throughout the survey period of 10 hours, the
turnover of the car park area would be 2,000. This would result in
a ratio greater than 1.0 (2.0) considered high turnover.
The car parking turnover assessment was derived from the car parking duration surveys in section
3.3 of this report to identify the average vehicle turnover. The utilisation of time restricted car
parking spaces was also determined within the overall survey period. The car parking turnover and
utilisation assessment were analysed for the survey periods between 7.00 am
5.00 pm, as the
majority of the parking restrictions apply within this period.
The summaries of the car parking turnover and utilisation within the central district and outer area
are shown below with individual road location data presented in Tables E1 and E2 of Attachment
E.
Central district
Review of the car parking turnover and utilisation results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00
am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
1/4P parking restriction:
o
average vehicle turnover of 0.43
o
average utilisation of 33%
1/2P parking restriction:
o
average vehicle turnover of 0.42
o
average utilisation of 73%
1P parking restriction:
o
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o
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2P parking restriction:
o
average vehicle turnover of 1.62
o
average utilisation of 67%
4P parking restriction:
o
average vehicle turnover of 0.44
o
average utilisation of 90%
In reference to Table E1 in Attachment E, the car parking turnover within some individual locations
is less than 0.8 indicating a low level of vehicle turnover in these specific areas. These locations
include:
On-street car parking:
Main Road West
Elaine Street
East Esplanade
Albert Crescent
Mitchell Street
Amy Street
Figure 15: Overall car parking average turnover results
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Figure 16: Overall car parking average utilisation results
Thursday 20 June 2019
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Outer Area
Review of the car parking turnover and utilisation results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00
am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
1P parking restriction:
o
average vehicle turnover of 0.63
o
average utilisation of 25%
2P parking restriction:
o
average vehicle turnover of 0.59
o
average utilisation of 22%
3P parking restriction:
o
average vehicle turnover of 0.81
o
average utilisation of 88%
4P parking restriction:
o
average vehicle turnover of 0.93
o
average utilisation of 24%
In reference to Table E2 in Attachment E, the car parking turnover within some individual locations
is less than 0.8 indicating a low level of vehicle turnover in these specific areas. These locations
include:
On-street car parking:
St Albans Road
Main Road West
Erica Avenue
Theodore Street
Albert Crescent
Kate Street
Marsden Crescent
Scott Avenue
Glendenning Street

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Figure 17: Overall car parking average turnover results
Thursday 20 June 2019
St Albans central district
Figure 18: Overall car parking average utilisation results
Thursday 20 June 2019
St Albans central district

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Loading Zone and Disabled Access Car Parking
Review of the car parking turnover and utilisation results for Thursday 20 June 2019 between 7.00
am
5.00 pm indicated the following:
30 minutes statutory loading zone parking restriction (if no time period is provided):
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average vehicle turnover of 0.69
o
average utilisation of 37%
2P disabled access car parking restriction:
o
average vehicle turnover of 3.00
o
average utilisation of 44%
Figure 19: Overall loading zone and disabled parking average turnover results
Thursday 20 June 2019
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Figure 20: Overall loading zone and disabled parking average utilisation results
Thursday 20 June 2019
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3.6 Complaints relating to car parking
Council officers have provided car parking enquiries within the St Albans activity centre for the last
five-year period (between 2015
2019). The enquiries were assessed to determine the car parking
related concerns and complaints for on-street car parking spaces for both the central district and
outer areas.
The car parking related concerns and complaints were used to identify additional car parking
issues not outlined in section 3.2
3.5 based on survey results. Other car parking complaints
raised provide a local perspective on further car parking issues such as illegal parking, incorrect
use of a car parking spaces and lack of available car parking spaces during specific peak times.
These car parking complaints were categorised into four key car parking issues and were utilised
in determining whether additional interventions are required for a road length based on the type
and frequency of the car parking complaints.
The car parking concerns and complaints are summarised below for each activity centre with Venn
diagrams outlining key parking issues for the road locations. These concerns are categorised as
follows:
Illegal parking / enforcement issue
Competing parking demand / low parking supply
Request for residential permit parking
Car parking congestion.
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The summaries of the car parking complaints within the St Albans activity centre are shown below
with individual road location comments presented in Tables F1 of Attachment F.
Figure 21: Overall car parking total complaints results
last five-year period (2015
2019)
St Albans activity centre
Figure 22: Car parking issues Venn diagram
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4 RECOMMENDATIONS
Following the review of the existing car parking occupancy, car parking compliance, vehicle
turnover and car parking enquiries within the study areas, recommendations for the St Albans
activity centre has been investigated.
From the analysis undertaken and in conjunction with site observations and consultation with
council officers, it has been identified that changes are required for 37 on-street and off-street car
parking areas within St Albans activity centre. These 37 car parking areas identified are in
conjunction with the
Appendix C.5 - Intervention
triggers for parking control’
of the Brimbank
Parking Strategy. A summary of the car parking intervention triggers is shown in Table 4.
Car parking concerns and comments for individual car parking areas for the St Albans activity
centre are shown in Tables F1 and F2 of Attachment F.
Table 4: Summary of car parking intervention triggers
Peak
Occupancy
Level
Non -
Compliance
Vehicle
Turnover
Parking
Issues
Intervention
Very High > 30%
< 0.70 Very High
•Increase car parking controls
•Increasing
enforcement of controls
•Monitor car parking occupancy
High 21% - 30% 0.70
0.79 High
•Consider moderate increases to car parking controls
•Consider increasing enforcement of controls
•Monitor car parking occupancy
Moderate
to high
11% - 20% 0.80 - 0.89 Moderate
•Consider moderate increases to car parking controls
•Consider re
-allocation of parking spaces for other user groups
•Monitor car parking occupancy
Moderate 1% - 10% 0.90
0.99 Low
•Consider re
-allocation of parking spaces for other user groups
Maintain car parking controls
Low
0%
≥ 1.00
Nil
•Consider re
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•Consider reducing
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4.1 Car parking priority score
Each car parking area was given a priority score based on the level of occupancy, compliance,
vehicle turnover and number of car parking concerns from the community. The priority score
provides a ranking for which car parking areas require action. A summary of the car parking priority
score is shown in Table 5.
Table 5: Summary of car parking priority score
Priority
Score
Peak
Occupancy
Level
Non -
Compliance
Vehicle
Turnover
Parking
Issues
Description
3.1
4.0 Very High > 30%
< 0.70 Very High Very high priority. There is a very high parking
demand with major overstaying and very low
vehicle turnover. Frequent complaints within
the area and many issues relating to car
parking.
2.1
3.0 High 21% - 30% 0.70
0.79 High High priority. There is a high parking demand
with frequent overstaying and low vehicle
turnover. Frequent complaints within the
area and many issues relating to car parking.
1.1
2.0 Moderate
to high
11% - 20% 0.80 - 0.89 Moderate Medium priority. There is a moderate parking
demand with overstaying and low vehicle
turnover. Some complaints within the area
and issues relating to car parking.
0.1
1.0 Moderate 1% - 10% 0.90
0.99 Low Low priority. There is a moderate parking
demand with some overstaying and fair
vehicle turnover. Low complaints within the
area and issues relating to car parking.
0
Low
0%
≥ 1.00
Nil
Generally low parking demand with no
overstaying and good vehicle turnover. No
complaints or issues within the car parking
area.
The priority score was calculated based on the weighted average of the four categories above in
respect to the car parking supply for each car parking area. For locations with car parking on two
sides of the road location, a weighted average of the supply was applied to determine the
occupancy level score. Similarly, for locations with multiple car parking restrictions, a weighted
average of the supply was also applied to determine the compliance and vehicle turnover level
score.
It should be noted that car parking locations that include unrestricted parking and / or residential
permit parking only, are not considered in the compliance and vehicle turnover assessment and
therefore these categories were excluded from the calculation of the priority score.
Similarly, for the car parking locations with no available parking such as no parking zones and no
stopping zones, the occupancy level category was also excluded. Car parking concerns and
complaints were only provided for on-street car parking. As such, the parking issues category was
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It was indicated by Council there is a stronger preference to address the car parking issues within
the central districts compared to the outer areas. This is due to the central districts generating a
greater car parking demand and accommodating more car parking compared to the outer areas.
Therefore, an additional factor of 1.5 was applied to car parking locations within the central district
of the activity centre.
The summaries of the priority scores for the St Albans activity centre are shown in Figure 22 with
individual car parking location details and scores presented in Tables F1 and F2 of Attachment F.
A summary car parking priority score plan of the St Albans activity centre is also provided in
Attachment G.

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Figure 23: Car parking factored priority score
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4.2 Car parking recommendations
For each of the 37 car parking areas identified, recommendations have been suggested based on
the level of occupancy, compliance, vehicle turnover, car parking concerns and complaints.
These recommendations are intended to assist in the management of existing car parking spaces
to achieve the car parking management plan objectives and with the
Hierarchy of priority users for
public parking
spaces of the Brimbank Parking Strategy. The car parking recommendations also
considers the six principles of the Brimbank Parking Strategy, which includes:
Fairness: parking policy and management tools will be implemented with transparent
processes. Parking will be allocated fairly and enforcement of parking rules will not impose
undue costs to users.
Access for all: car parking will facilitate access to places and people for Brimbank’s
community and will meet the needs of people with special access requirements.
Affordability: car parking will be provided in an efficient and cost-effective manner that
represents best value to Council
Management first: existing car parking assets and resources will be managed to improve
efficiency before increasing provision.
Sustainability: parking policy will support a shift to sustainable travel modes and minimise
the environmental impact of cars and car parking facilities.
Quality urban places: the location, configuration and design of car parking facilities will
contribute to attractive, safe and socially and economically vibrant streets and
neighbourhoods, and respect local heritage.
The recommendations for on-street and off-street car parking generally include:
Increased parking enforcement required within the area
Linemark car parking bays
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Maintenance of linemarking and signage
Implement and / or change current parking restrictions
Implement parking restrictions with resident permit parking
Consistent time period of parking restrictions
Implement directional signage to direct patrons to off-street car parking locations
Provide additional disabled parking bays
Provide additional loading zones
Introduce formal pick up / drop off zones
Distribute commuter parking overflow throughout the area
Installation of parking overstay detection systems (PODS)
Restrict parking to one side for car parking congested roads.
A detailed summary of recommendations for each individual car parking area within the St Albans
activity centre is provided in Attachment F. The recommendations provided are for Council owned
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on-street and off-street car parking spaces and should be subject to consultation with the
community and local residents for St Albans activity centres.
It is recommended that the car parking areas with low to no priority are to be monitored and
reviewed to address any car parking spillage or non-compliance of parking restrictions as a result
of the proposed recommendations.
The implementation of recommendations for the remaining on-street and off-street car parking
locations within the study area for the St Albans activity centre is not required at this time. However,
it is recommended that council continue to monitor the level of parking occupancy, compliance
and parking concerns and complaints of these remaining areas, and re-assess the requirement for
any action following the implementation of the recommendations.
A summary car parking treatment plan of the St Albans activity centre is provided in Attachment H,
outlining key recommendations along the identified 37 car parking areas with potential
surrounding areas requiring additional treatment for future consideration.

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190021: St Albans Activity Centre
Car Parking Management Plan Report
Final: 09/04/2020
ATTACHMENT B – CAR PARKING OCCUPANCY SURVEY
SUMMARY MAPS

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TRAFFICWORKS PTY LTD.
1.
AERIAL IMAGE FROM NEARMAP UNDER LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH
Brimbank City Council
P8
P8
St Albans Car Parking Assessment
3
MELWAY MAP 13 K12
ST ALBANS
Central Peak Car Parking Occupancy
UNDER 50 %
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StA-190021-CTP-03
Drawing Record
Notes & Legend
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BEWARE OF UNDERGROUND SERVICES
GIVEN THAT ALL EXISTING SERVICES ARE SHOWN.
SHOULD BE PROVEN ON SITE. NO GUARANTEE IS
APPROXIMATE ONLY AND THEIR EXACT POSITION
THE LOCATIONS OF UNDERGROUND SERVICES ARE
PTY LTD
TM
Tel (03) 9490 5900 Fax (03) 9490 5910 www.trafficworks.com.au
P.O. Box 417 IVANHOE VIC. 3079
1st Floor 132 Upper Heidelberg Road IVANHOE VIC. 3079
FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTIFICATION
PRELIMINARY PLAN
DATE OF ISSUE: 09/04/2020
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AMENDMENT
SHEET NO.
ISSUE
N.T.S.
GL
AA
09.04.20
TRAFFICWORKS PTY LTD.
1.
AERIAL IMAGE FROM NEARMAP UNDER LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH
Brimbank City Council
P8
P8
St Albans Car Parking Assessment
4
MELWAY MAP 13 K12
ST ALBANS
Outer Peak Car Parking Occupancy
UNDER 50 %
50-69 % 70-79 % 80-89 %
OVER 90 %
StA-190021-CTP-04
Drawing Record
Notes & Legend
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WARNING
BEWARE OF UNDERGROUND SERVICES
GIVEN THAT ALL EXISTING SERVICES ARE SHOWN.
SHOULD BE PROVEN ON SITE. NO GUARANTEE IS
APPROXIMATE ONLY AND THEIR EXACT POSITION
THE LOCATIONS OF UNDERGROUND SERVICES ARE
PTY LTD
TM
Tel (03) 9490 5900 Fax (03) 9490 5910 www.trafficworks.com.au
P.O. Box 417 IVANHOE VIC. 3079
1st Floor 132 Upper Heidelberg Road IVANHOE VIC. 3079
FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTIFICATION
PRELIMINARY PLAN
DATE OF ISSUE: 09/04/2020
image
190021: St Albans Activity Centre
Car Parking Management Plan Report
Final: 09/04/2020
ATTACHMENT C – CAR PARKING OCCUPANCY SURVEY
SUMMARIES

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14% 14% 29% 57% 57% 14% 71% 29% 29% 29% 14%
0%
14%
0%
0%
0
0
0
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
2
2
2
1
3
2
2
3
9am-6pm
0%
0%
0%
30% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 33% 100% 100% 67% 67% 67% 33% 100% 67% 67%
2
2
2
8
7
9
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
25% 25% 25% 100% 88% 113% 125% 113% 113% 113% 113% 113% 113% 113% 113% 113% 113% 113% 113% 113%
0
1
1
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
0%
17% 17% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117% 117%
1
2
2
2
3
6
5
8
7
5
8
7
8
7
3
2
1
1
3
2
13% 25% 25% 25% 38% 75% 63% 100% 88% 63% 100% 88% 100% 88% 38% 25% 13% 13% 38% 25%
0
0
0
1
6
10
15
13
14
17
14
17
16
11
6
5
6
4
2
2
0%
0%
0%
6%
35% 59% 88% 76% 82% 100% 82% 100% 94% 65% 35% 29% 35% 24% 12% 12%
1
1
1
4
12
21
23
23
23
23
23
23
22
20
21
18
18
12
14
10
4%
4%
4%
17% 52% 91% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 96% 87% 91% 78% 78% 52% 61% 43%
3
4
5
1
7
8
13
10
12
10
12
12
11
12
11
9
11
6
10
8
23% 31% 38%
8%
54% 62% 100% 77% 92% 77% 92% 92% 85% 92% 85% 69% 85% 46% 77% 62%
0
0
0
0
1
2
7
7
9
9
10
10
10
6
4
4
5
5
7
5
0%
0%
0%
0%
10% 20% 70% 70% 90% 90% 100% 100% 100% 60% 40% 40% 50% 50% 70% 50%
0
0
0
1
1
4
3
3
3
4
4
3
4
2
3
1
1
0
1
1
0%
0%
0%
25% 25% 100% 75% 75% 75% 100% 100% 75% 100% 50% 75% 25% 25%
0%
25% 25%
3
5
4
4
13
25
29
30
32
28
29
34
30
24
19
23
20
23
27
20
9%
14% 11% 11% 37% 71% 83% 86% 91% 80% 83% 97% 86% 69% 54% 66% 57% 66% 77% 57%
2
4
7
8
12
18
22
24
22
23
21
22
22
17
19
16
17
16
16
13
8%
17% 29% 33% 50% 75% 92% 100% 92% 96% 88% 92% 92% 71% 79% 67% 71% 67% 67% 54%
0
0
1
2
9
17
24
28
26
27
28
26
26
18
20
18
19
18
18
18
0%
0%
3%
7%
31% 59% 83% 97% 90% 93% 97% 90% 90% 62% 69% 62% 66% 62% 62% 62%
4
2
4
5
12
21
22
23
23
22
25
23
21
21
21
20
22
17
19
16
16%
8%
16% 20% 48% 84% 88% 92% 92% 88% 100% 92% 84% 84% 84% 80% 88% 68% 76% 64%
0
0
0
0
1
4
4
5
4
4
6
4
4
3
3
3
5
6
4
5
0%
0%
0%
0%
10% 40% 40% 50% 40% 40% 60% 40% 40% 30% 30% 30% 50% 60% 40% 50%
0
0
0
0
0
9am-6pm
0%
0%
0%
0%
0
0
0
8am-5:30pm 0%
0%
1
1
1
3
14
18
16
17
17
15
17
18
15
14
17
16
17
15
16
15
18
9am-6pm
5%
5%
5%
16% 78% 100% 89% 94% 94% 83% 94% 100% 83% 78% 94% 89% 94% 83% 89% 83%
13
13
18
19
19
19
19
19
18
18
19
19
19
19
18
18
17
17
16
16
59% 59% 82% 86% 86% 86% 86% 86% 82% 82% 86% 86% 86% 86% 82% 82% 77% 77% 73% 73%
5
7
23
26
27
35
36
35
36
36
35
34
34
34
35
34
31
30
29
28
14% 20% 66% 74% 77% 100% 103% 100% 103% 103% 100% 97% 97% 97% 100% 97% 89% 86% 83% 80%
0
0
1
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
4
4
5
6
6
0%
0%
17% 67% 83% 83% 83% 100% 100% 100% 100% 83% 83% 83% 83% 67% 67% 83% 100% 100%
0
1
2
3
9
9
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
8
9
9
9
9
9
0%
11% 22% 33% 100% 100% 89% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 89% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
10
12
21
31
51
86
98
108
104
109
108
108
109
108
106
98
86
86
101
94
9%
11% 19% 28% 47% 79% 90% 99% 95% 100% 99% 99% 100% 99% 97% 90% 79% 79% 93% 86%
0
1
1
3
10
16
20
17
22
22
21
21
21
21
21
22
20
17
18
12
0%
5%
5%
14% 45% 73% 91% 77% 100% 100% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 100% 91% 77% 82% 55%
Occupied
71
94
161
273
421
562
624
650
652
664
662
661
653
608
598 569 541 533 554 517
Available
729 706 621 509 305
164 102
76
74
62
64
65
73
118 128 157
185 193 172 209
9%
12% 21% 35% 58% 77% 86% 90% 90% 91% 91% 91% 90% 84% 82% 78% 75% 73% 76% 71%
St Albans Central Carb Parking Occupancy - Thursday 20 June 2019
J
Main Road East, between East Esplanade and Erica Avenue
North
14
South
O
Collins Street, between Main Road East and Mclvor Road
West
East
16
North
South
Area
Location
Side of Street
Supply
K
Main Road West, between West Esplanade and Glendenning Street
29 25
26 13
Q
Lane (CBA Branch), between Alfrieda Street and Collins Street
North
5
South
7
P
Alfrieda Street, between Alexina Street and Main Road East
West
East
82 98
Victoria Crescent, between Arthur Street and East Esplanade
West
East
6 8
Y
S
Mclvor Road, between Alfrieda Street and Collins Street
North
11
South
10
Arthur Street, between East Esplanade and Victoria Crescent
East
35
AR
Mitchell Street, between West Esplanade Reserve and Main Road West
12
AP
Albert Crescent, between Mitchell Street and West Esplanade
AH
AD
Elaine Street, between East Esplanade Lane and Alfrieda Street
North
23
South
13
35
West
24
AE
East Esplanade Lane, between Arthur Street and East Esplanade
West
10
East
4
AF
AC
St Albans Library Car Park
Car Park
22
West
6
East
9
AS
Amy Street, between Albert Crescent and Main Road West
R
Collins Street Car Park
Car Park
109
Table C1: St Albans Central Carb Parking Occupancy - Thursday 20 June 2019
18
West
22
East Esplanade, between Arthur Street and Main Road East
West
29
East
North
South
West
10 25
19
East
North / East
AN
West Esplanade Reserve
AB
Linda Street, between Victoria Crescent and Alfrieda Street
North
8
South
17

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5:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM
11
12
12
10
79%
86%
86%
71%
6
4
1
2
15
9am-6pm
40%
25%
6%
13%
24
28
26
25
83%
97%
90%
86%
25
24
25
22
100%
96%
100%
88%
6
3
4
4
46%
23%
31%
31%
0
0
3
0
9am-6pm
0%
0%
12%
75
73
74
55
81
9am-6pm
93%
89%
90%
67%
79
70
79
66
94
9am-6pm
81%
71%
81%
67%
4
1
1
1
80%
20%
20%
20%
3
3
2
3
43%
43%
29%
43%
2
4
4
4
7
9am-6pm
29%
36%
36%
36%
3
0
3
1
3
9am-6pm
100%
0%
30%
10%
8
6
4
4
100%
75%
50%
50%
7
2
0
0
117%
33%
0%
0%
5
4
4
2
63%
50%
50%
25%
6
6
5
1
35%
35%
29%
6%
14
11
3
1
61%
48%
13%
4%
10
7
2
2
77%
54%
15%
15%
3
1
0
0
30%
10%
0%
0%
1
0
0
0
25%
0%
0%
0%
24
14
4
2
35
7am-7pm
69%
40%
10%
5%
15
9
10
3
63%
38%
42%
13%
15
5
10
9
52%
17%
34%
31%
14
13
16
7
56%
52%
64%
28%
2
1
1
1
20%
10%
10%
10%
0
0
0
0
9am-6pm
0%
0%
0%
0
1
1
0
8am-5:30pm
0%
6%
6%
16
17
7
9
18
9am-6pm
89%
89%
37%
47%
9
6
4
3
41%
27%
18%
14%
24
16
5
5
69%
46%
14%
14%
5
6
6
3
83%
100%
100%
50%
6
10
7
8
67%
111%
78%
89%
89
67
54
30
82%
61%
50%
28%
21
16
8
6
95%
73%
36%
27%
Occupied
532
439
382
293
Available
193
355
409
496
73%
55%
48%
37%
AR
Mitchell Street, between West Esplanade Reserve and Main Road West
West
22
East
35
AP
Albert Crescent, between Mitchell Street and West Esplanade
North
18
South
19
R
Collins Street Car Park
Car Park
109
AC
St Albans Library Car Park
Car Park
22
AS
Amy Street, between Albert Crescent and Main Road West
West
6
East
9
AN
West Esplanade Reserve
West
10
East
12
AH
East Esplanade, between Arthur Street and Main Road East
West
29
East
25
AF
Victoria Crescent, between Arthur Street and East Esplanade
North / East
West
24 40
AE
East Esplanade Lane, between Arthur Street and East Esplanade
West
10
East
4
AD
Elaine Street, between East Esplanade Lane and Alfrieda Street
North
23
South
13
AB
Linda Street, between Victoria Crescent and Alfrieda Street
North
8
South
17
Y
Arthur Street, between East Esplanade and Victoria Crescent
West
8
East
6
S
Mclvor Road, between Alfrieda Street and Collins Street
North
11
South
10
Q
Lane (CBA Branch), between Alfrieda Street and Collins Street
North
5
South
7
P
Alfrieda Street, between Alexina Street and Main Road East
West
82
East
98
O
Collins Street, between Main Road East and Mclvor Road
West
13
East
26
Table C2: St Albans Central Evening Parking Occupancy - Thursday 19 September 2019
16
K
Main Road West, between West Esplanade and Glendenning Street
North
29
South
25
Area
Location
Side of Street
Supply
J
Main Road East, between East Esplanade and Erica Avenue
North
14
South
St Albans Central Evening Parking Occupancy - Thursday
19 September 2019

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7:00 AM 9:00 AM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM
10
14
12
12
6
24%
34%
29%
29%
15%
9
10
10
6
10
24%
27%
27%
16%
27%
2
6
9
9
10
9%
26%
39%
39%
43%
0
0
0
0
8am-9am & 3pm-4pm
0%
0%
0%
3
3
2
2
0
21%
21%
14%
14%
0%
1
2
1
2
2
8%
17%
8%
17%
17%
2
2
3
3
3
17%
17%
25%
25%
25%
2
2
3
3