Parking Australia is the national body representing the interests of the parking industry in Australia.
Parking Australia strives to be a key source of leadership, education and technical information for the parking industry.
The Accredited Operator Scheme is designed specifically for PA members that are involved in parking enforcement services on private land.
Parking Australia encourages excellence in technology and innovation in the parking industry through an annual awards program.
We aim to equip every attended parking facility with a Public Access Defibrillator.
Federal Government announced its National Cities Performance Framework, part of the Government’s Smart Cities Plan. The initiative will help governments, businesses and communities better understand and measure the performance of our cities, which sets out six Smart Cities policy priorities that articulate the Smart Cities Plan’s ambitions for smart policy investment and technology. Parking Australia, the national association for the parking industry, believes the foundations of any smart city is a smart transport and mobility system. Parking Australia is calling on cities to ensure appropriate funding is set aside to implement critical infrastructure vital for the implementation of smart cities.Continue reading
EasyMile, Transdev Australasia & Telstra has teamed up to present the 2017/18 Australasian Driverless Roadtrip! The roadtrip will feature public demonstrations of EasyMile’s EZ10 driverless shuttle across Australia and New Zealand in select cities and regions in late 2017 and early 2018.Continue reading
A white paper released this week by ptc and supported by Mosman Council, delivers a comprehensive overview of the EV landscape in Australia.
In Australia, electric vehicles (EVs) still represent a small component of new vehicle sales.
In 2016 the EV market share of new vehicle sales was 1.12%, a 5% decrease in relation to 2015 primarily due to the 80% decrease in sales of battery electric vehicles (BEV) .This well researched and independent paper also proposes three options for Local Government planning for EV’s.Continue reading