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  • 1. Car Park Allocation Modelling AITPM 2014 Simon Latham, Senior Transport Planner, Brisbane P&R Positive Neutral Negative Highw ay Suppressed 8,274 00 PrivatePublic Time Suppressed 8,279 0701 PrivatePublic 100% 4,193 Public Revenue 8,906 Public Revenue BROADBEACH PARKING ALLOCATION MODEL 100% 0% 10 Option Model Parameters Animation Show Car Parks Show On Street Show Bus StopsShow Network Base Option Difference Show Off Street Show P&R Routes Current Time Period Cumulative Absolute Percentage Desired Assigned Linear Comparison Base Main Place PP P PP PP P PP P P PP P PP P P PP PP PPP P P P P P P PP P P P P P P P P P P P Main Place Queenslan d Avenue Queenslan d Avenue Queenslan d Avenue Queenslan d Avenue Queenslan d Avenue Queenslan d Avenue Queensla nd Queensla nd Albert Avenue Old Burleigh Old Burleigh Old Burleig Old Burleig Charles Avenue_A Charles Avenue_B Mall_A Surf Parade 1_A Surf Parade 2_B Surf Parade 2_A Old Burleig Old Burleigh Elizabeth Avenue_A Elizabeth Avenue_B Elizabeth Avenue_C Old Burleig Old Burleig Old Burleig Old Burleig Old Burleigh Old Burleig Philip Avenue Philip Avenue_B Anne Avenue George Avenue Margaret Avenue Margaret Avenue Gold Coast Hwy 1_A Gold Coast Hwy 2_A Oasis Conra Pacifi Phoe Oracl

2. Contents 2 Overview Car parking issues/dilemmas faced by Councils Development of parking models UK Applications Demonstration of Bespoke Car Park Allocation Model Gold Coast Parking Strategy & LAPS Overview of LAPS Demonstration of Car Park Allocation Model: Burleigh Heads Questions 3. Overview 4. Congestion & CO2 Thinking through the Issues Development pressures to meet population growth P&R P&R Shortfall in land to accommodate development Car parks often on prime development land Car parks provide revenue stream and service local businesses Car parks encourage private vehicle trips Introduce sustainable transport options to accommodate sustainable development? 5. Development of parking models and UK applications 6. Model Applications St Austell Newquay Falmouth Penzance Truro (Pilot) Map data 2012 Google Map data 2012 Google 7. Model Results 8. Gold Coast Parking Strategy & the LAPS toolbox 9. Best Practice (LAPS) Linking solutions to issues and opportunities 9 10. Best Practice (LAPS) Linking solutions to issues and opportunities 10 11. LAPS Study Areas 11 Broadbeach Burleigh Heads Understand existing conditions Identify issues and opportunities Develop LAPS objectives Develop measures and targets Test measures and targets Develop consultation plan 12. Broadbeach Reduce car dependency and significantly increase levels of walking, cycling, carpooling and public transport use. Manage car parking in a way that supports the economic vitality of small businesses and the activity centre. Support the transition of Broadbeach to a transit oriented centre Optimise on-street parking utilisation and reduce cruise times. Maximise off-street parking assets to reduce pressure on on-street facilities Burleigh Heads Preserve Burleigh Heads relationship with the beach and its village atmosphere Enhance Burleigh Heads as a place for tourism and leisure Enhance Burleigh Heads as a place for professional, mixed business and industry and support Burleigh Heads status as a key employment growth zone In the medium term encourage trips by walking, cycling and public transport in order to reduce demand on parking. In the long term support the potential extension of the GCRT Maintain and support optimal on-street car parking utilisation to support local businesses LAPS objectives 12 13. Overview of the Allocation Models 13 14. Potential LAPS measures and targets: Burleigh Heads 14 Objectiv e Measure Target In the medium term encourage trips by walking, cycling and public transport in order to reduce demand on parking. In the long term support the potential extension of the GCRT and Burleighs transition to a mixed access centre Consider adoption of public transport related maximum parking requirements for all development located within 800m of the GCRT corridor extension by 2031 n 4% modal shift to active transport and PT between 2013 and 202 1 n 12% modal shift to active transport and PT between 2013 and 2031 Support the adoption of travel plans , or (developer travel p lan management initiatives) for new development ; and, or In the medium to long term sup port the provision of an area wide travel plan to support sustainable transport demand from developments . Upgrade walking and cycling paths and end of trip facilities within the commercial core . Increase centre permeability wi th additional pedestrian linkages between James Street and Park Avenue Maintain and support optimal on -street car parking utili sation to support local businesses and reduce parking utilisation at the beachfront Look to open up availability of on -street p arking at West Street, Park avenue and Ocean street through improved wayfinding and footway improvements n Average cruise times of less than 2 minutes on James Street and Connor Street n Performance based parking On-street utilisation target of 85% n Number of parking infringements to reduce to reduce by 25% n Two payment types available by 2021 n At least three payment types available by 2031 Look to increase priced parking on James Street beyond levels on surrounding streets. (initial increases begin at $0.50 / hr ); and, or Set on -street pricing as double off -street rates. ($2.00 / hr) Extend 3P time limited parking to cover all of Goodwin Terrace including parking in Goodwin Cul -de-Sac In the long term (2031) migrate to diversified payment system (SMS, credit card, smartphone app) Trial ANPR enforcement technology to improve compliance levels and increase enforcement efficiencies Introduce infra -red units (or PODS) at co uncil owned car parks. Link parking database into VMS network to direct users to available off - street car parking (Alex Black) Objectiv e Measure Target Preserve Burleigh Heads relationship with the beach and its village atmosphere Implement residential parking permit scheme on Ewart Street to reduce impact of employee parking; or n Parking on Ewart Street to be used by patrons of businesses and residents rather than commuter parking Implement non -paid 2P or 3P parking on Ewart Street to reduce spillover of employee parking Use revenue from priced parking to support upgrade d walking and cycling paths within the commercial core and between the beach and the centre at Gold Coast Highway. Enhance Burleigh Heads as a place for professional, mixed business and industry and support Burleigh Heads status as a key employme nt growth zone Introduce park once concept shared parking initiative which seeks to maximise benefits from private parking. Seek collaboration with developers n Reduce parking requirements for private developments by 10 20% between 2013 and 2031 n 100% of council managed off-street parking is short stay by 2031 Encourage unbundling opportunities for new developments In the long term convert off -street long stay parking to short stay parking See Travel Plan options Enhance Burleigh Heads as a place for tourism and leisure Reduce parking time limits to two hours maximums at Justins car park and Burleigh Head surf club ; or n Performance based parking On-street utilisation target of 85% Introduce priced parking at the Beachfron t. Use revenue from priced parking to support upgrade d walking and cycling paths between the beach and the centre at Gold Coast Highway. 15. Car Park Model Advantages 15 Intuitive graphic user interface Easy to understand modelling principals Model predicts changes in: Car park revenue Car park usage Park-and-ride patronage Highway network use due to parking choice Quick and effective platform to option test: Tariff structure Parking closure/introduction Timing restrictions Hours of operation Park-and-ride routes and timetables Inter-relationship of measures 16. Car Park Model Limitations 16 Like any model, the quality of the outputs is limited by the quality of the inputs Parking inventory Parking duration surveys (trickier for on-street) Parking demand Parking occupancy Parking questionnaires No pedestrian network currently within models Reduces potential to evaluate impact of pedestrian connectivity Potential to capture the effects of improved wayfinding/parking information is limited 17. Questions