File #: 20-G-168    Version: Name:
Type: Staff Report - GC Status: Carried
File created: 10/9/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/26/2020 Final action: 10/26/2020
Title: 2020 PARKING STRATEGY 1. That the 2020 Parking Strategy attached as Appendix "A" to Staff Report TPS006-20 be approved in principle as the guiding document to 2041. 2. That the capital budget requests listed below be approved and funded from the Parking Rate Reserve in order to advance the goals of the Parking Strategy: a) Spillover Signage ($66,000): To enable enforcement of new parking controls, signs will need to be manufactured and installed throughout the periphery of the Downtown, Waterfront and Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, to an upset limit of $66,000; and b) Parking Hardware (RP1163): Increase existing budget from $40,000 to $90,750 to support the ongoing upgrade of single-space metres to pay stations. 3. That Traffic By-law 80-138 be repealed and replaced with the draft Traffic By-law attached as Appendix "B" to Staff Report TPS006-20 in order to implement the amendments summarized below, to be effective January 1, 2021, unless otherwise stated and that during t...
Attachments: 1. TPS006-201019, 2. Appendix A - 2020 Parking Strategy Guiding Document, 3. Appendix B - Proposed Traffic Bylaw, 4. Appendix C - Waterfront Spillover Parking Policy, 5. Appendix D - Proposed Fees Bylaw Schedule J, 6. Appendix E - Proposed Changes by Lot
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2020 PARKING STRATEGY

1. That the 2020 Parking Strategy attached as Appendix "A" to Staff Report TPS006-20 be approved in principle as the guiding document to 2041.

2. That the capital budget requests listed below be approved and funded from the Parking Rate Reserve in order to advance the goals of the Parking Strategy:

a) Spillover Signage ($66,000): To enable enforcement of new parking controls, signs will need to be manufactured and installed throughout the periphery of the Downtown, Waterfront and Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, to an upset limit of $66,000; and

b) Parking Hardware (RP1163): Increase existing budget from $40,000 to $90,750 to support the ongoing upgrade of single-space metres to pay stations.

3. That Traffic By-law 80-138 be repealed and replaced with the draft Traffic By-law attached as Appendix "B" to Staff Report TPS006-20 in order to implement the amendments summarized below, to be effective January 1, 2021, unless otherwise stated and that during the transition period Traffic By-law 80-138 shall remain in effect:

a) Allow vehicles without trailers to park at the North Centennial and Tiffin Boat Launch parking lots from December 1st to March 31st each calendar year effective December 1, 2020;

b) Reduce the maximum time limit for parking sessions at the City Hall Lot from five (5) hours to three (3) hours;

c) Limit parking sessions at the Library lot to a maximum of three (3) hours;

d) Implement on-street paid parking on Collier Street between Poyntz Street and Berczy Street;

e) Remove on-street paid parking at the following locations:

i) Owen St between McDonald Street and Sophia Street; and

ii) Essa Rd between Burton Avenue and Gowan Street.

f) Create consistency in the application of the two-hour time limit for on-street paid parking in the Downtown by adjusting the following locations:

i) Convert the one (1) hour time limit to two (2) hours on the east side of High Street between Park Street and Dunlop Stre...

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