Smart parking is now live in North Lakes

The North Lakes Smart Parking App was launched today, making parking at North Lakes more accessible for residents and commuters. 

Federal Minister for Population, Cities and Urban Infrastructure Alan Tudge said the app enabled users to locate available parking spaces, based on live and accurate information. 
“This is a great initiative that will help manage the parking demand within Moreton Bay,” Mr Tudge said.
Federal Member for Petrie Luke Howarth said sensors show parking availability data and then local commuters can see – in real time - where available parking spaces are.

“Locals have already told me that the Smart Parking is going to make life easier and more efficient for them, especially families and older people who need to find a park close to the North Lakes Medical centre and for locals who work at the Westfield.” Mr Howarth said.
Moreton Bay Councillor Julie Greer said the smart-parking technology would make it easier to find a park across North Lakes and in the CBD and noted there were 350 in-ground sensors installed in on-street parking bays.

“Accommodating a population of more than 20,000, we know it’s important that we effectively manage parking within the CBD area. We are continuing to work to make Moreton Bay Region the easiest place to work, live and play in south-east Queensland,” Cr Greer said.
Download the app for free through the Apple App Store or Google Play.

The $900,000 Smart Parking App was a jointly funded venture, with the Australian Government through its Smart Cities and Suburbs Program and the Moreton Bay Regional Council both investing $450,000 in the project. 

Media contacts:

Mr Tudge's Office:

Michael Bennett | 0434 782 923

Mr Howarth's Office:

Electorate Office (07) 3284 8008

Cr Greer's Office: 

Council office (07) 3480 6705