Why have the typical two green Kiss and Ride advisory signs previously attached to No Parking regulatory signs been replaced with a single nondescript sign
The reason for the change is that Transport for New South Wales approached Council indicating that they have adopted standard signs for kiss and ride locations in the vicinity of transport interchanges and requested that these signs are implemented at Chatswood Transport Interchange. The request has agreed and TfNSW funded and arranged installation of the new signs. I am not aware of any issues relating to the new signs.
Why is there not signage at Kiss and Ride zones controlled by No Parking signs advising drivers of the limited time and distance available to them
The existing signs are considered adequate. The NSW Road Rules advise the operation of No Parking restrictions and there is no need to repeat this information with an additional sign providing the same information.
How many infringement notices at Kiss and Ride zones have there been?
Kiss and Ride Zones have no legal standing. They are sometimes displayed by well-meaning Councils (such as WCC) in no parking areas.
We have issued 1098 in the first six months of this year.
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