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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Media statements

/ Categories: PTA News, Transperth

Additional parking for Kwinana Station

Car parking at Kwinana Station increases by half next week (wk beg Oct 18) with the introduction of more than 200 new bays.

Though the new area is designated as pay ’n’ display, the first two weeks will be free, to allow passengers to familiarise themselves with the new arrangements.

PTA Managing Director Mark Burgess said the 215 new bays at Kwinana were part of the State Government’s commitment to increasing parking on the Joondalup and Mandurah Lines.

“Through the works completed, parking at Kwinana Station has been boosted by 215 bays,” Mr Burgess said.

“This takes the total number of bays available at the station to more than 600.”

Mr Burgess said opening the new section of parking had allowed the PTA to offer passengers secure parking for their cars, consistent with arrangements at other station car parks.

“From November 1, the new parking section will be designated as a ‘pay ’n’ display’ car park,” Mr Burgess said.

“For only $2 a day, Monday to Friday, commuters can feel confident that someone is keeping an eye on their car.

“The bays are monitored by PTA car park attendants between 7am and 9pm each weekday.

“Passengers wishing to use the secured section of the car park can pay the fee with cash or their SmartRider card.”

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