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04 April 2019 Posted by 


Future with new in-ground sensors 
PARKING is set to become more efficient for residents, shoppers and visitors with a new high-tech parking management system ready to roll out across the Penrith City Centre.
The parking management system includes the use of state-of-the-art in-ground parking sensors, which were installed in many Council owned on and off-street parking areas from April 1. 
The parking sensors will detect how parking spaces are used including turnover and frequency of cars. This will provide valuable and reliable data to help Council better understand parking usage and supply across the City Centre. 
Penrith Mayor Ross Fowler OAM said the data collected from the parking sensors will be used to inform future parking strategies and make improvements across the City. 
Chief Executive Officer of Penrith’s CBD Corporation Gai Hawthorn says local businesses and retailers will benefit from this new parking system. 
Installation of parking sensors will take place between 5am – 7am on weekdays to minimise any inconvenience for the community. Parking areas will remain open during this time. 
For more information about the parking sensors and location of parking sensors please visit www.penrith.city/parking


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