20 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland 1010
Private Bag 92250, Auckland 1142, New Zealand
09 355 3553 Website
21 December 2018
Dear FJ Conquer
[FYI request #8882 email]
Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987
Thank you for your email dated 16 October 2018, requesting information about
in the Auckland CBD due to Sign, Road Marking and Pay and Display Machine faults. I apologise
for the delay in this reply.
You wil find attached the current list, from 18 December 2018, of Sign and Roadmaking faults that
have been reported to my Signs and Markings Coordinator in the Auckland CBD area. However,
please note that the information on this list changes on a daily basis, as new faults wil be added and
others taken off as they have been amended.
Auckland Transport (AT) are not aware of all faults. AT are only made aware when a fault has been
reported either by a member of public or a Parking Officer who has come across the fault .
You wil also find attached a list of locations where Pay and Display Machines have been temporarily
removed due to Construction, Road Works and City Rail Link construction.
All faulty pay and display machines are attended to within two hours of an alert. Unfortunately, a list
with this information cannot be provided, as it does not exist due to the fact it would be changing
every few hours.
Victoria Park is Auckland Council (AC) Parks and Reserves. AT do not have the authority to
implement parking restriction changes within this area, this needs to be approved by AC. We are not
aware of any plans to introduce paid parking in Victoria Park at this stage.
AT parking officers currently monitor Victoria Park P120 carpark 4 days during the working week. It
is also part of a weekend beat allocated to an officer with many other areas. During the weekends,
AT join multiple areas together, so a parking of icer may not always manage to monitor in this
We trust the above information has addressed your request however should you believe that we
have not dealt with your request appropriately, you have the right in accordance with section 27(3)
of the LGOIMA to make a complaint to the Office of the Ombudsman and seek an investigation and
review in regard to this matter.
If you have any further queries, please contact Auckland Transport on 09 355 3553 quoting Of icial
Information request number CAS-887427-W0P8H6
Group Manager, Parking Services & Compliance