286 days ago

Poll: Will a price hike stop you from using the Downtown carpark?

Neighbourly.co.nz

Hi Neighbours,

Do you use the city's Downtown car park daily? Prices are going up.

Auckland Transport has confirmed the capped daily rate at its Downtown car park is going from $24 to $40 from January 21. A spokesman says it is trying to encourage short-term parking there and get people to use public transport into the city centre. How will this effect your daily commute? Would you consider alternative transport? Is this price hike too much?

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Will a price hike stop you from using the Downtown carpark?
  • 74.8% Yes - I will no longer park in the Downtown car park.
    74.8% Complete
  • 8.1% No - I will continue using the Downtown car park.
    8.1% Complete
  • 17.1% Maybe - I need to consider my options.
    17.1% Complete
824 votes
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