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Transport bylaw 2021 - public notice

Public notice

Porirua City Council Transport Bylaw 2021

20 December 2021

The reviewed stand-alone Transport Bylaw 2021 and its associated Transport Schedules (A – M) was adopted by Council at its meeting of 16 December 2021 and take effect from 16 December 2021. This includes:

  • Changes to paid parking areas as outlined in the Proposed Porirua City Centre Parking Management Plan
  • Powers for the Council to restrict the use of vehicles on beaches, with specific changes for Titahi Bay Beach
  • Powers for the Council to restrict where heavy vehicles can park
  • Powers for the Council to restrict engine braking, and
  • Powers for the Council to designate bus lanes, cycle lanes, cycle paths, and shared paths


A new schedule for Parking Fees and Charges set out in the Parking Management Plan was also adopted and is as follows:

Zone Time restriction Free Period Charges
Premium Long-term Parking Long-term (all day) N/A $2 hour, $10 max
Premium Parking P120 30 minutes $2 hour
Standard Off-Street P120 (some P30) 30 minutes $1.50 hour
Standard On-street Long-term (all day) 1 hour $1 hour, $5 max
Standard On-street P10, P60 & P1200 N/A Free parking

Transport Bylaw

The Transport Bylaw 2021 and the Transport Schedules (A -M) can be viewed on our webpage here.

Hard copies of the Transport Bylaw 2021 and the Transport Schedules (A – M) are available from any of our Porirua City libraries or our Customer Services Centre at 16 Cobham Court, Porirua 5022.