Day Two

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

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Opening remarks from the Chair

Aleks Zids
Managing Director
Quest Events

Case study: Innovating to create more efficient and dynamic car parking systems
  • Encouraging frequent, short term occupancy through limited free parking
  • Transitioning from manual monitoring to a digital system
  • Analysing the use of ticketless parking and pay by phone technology

Stuart Norman
Chief Executive Officer 
Parking Australia

Panel Discussion: Balancing improvement of the parking experience with discouraging the use of private vehicles
  • Addressing the challenges to managing conflicting outcomes
  • Developing public spaces that allow for alternative transport like bicycles
  • Effectively integrating parking into public spaces to encourage walking and mass transit
  • Exploring means to reduce private vehicle usage including
  • Reduced access & parking fees


Clive Dwyer
Director of Engagement
Committee for Melbourne


Jason Brook
Parking and Transport Manager
Sunshine Coast Council

Nuno Pena Pires
Transport Planning Coordinator 
City of Stonnington

Dedicated networking break
Case Study: Transforming the parking experience in Mosman with in-road parking sensors
  • The use of in road sensors in enhancing accessibility of parking spaces and identifying violations
  • Increasing turnover and reducing overstays through enhanced enforcement
  • Navigating education campaigns and grace periods to facilitate smooth transition

Craig Covich
Director of Environment and Planning
Mosman Council

Closing remarks from the chair
Conference adjourns