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Saturday, September 19, 2020

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Transperth gives commuters a parking holiday

Commuters are not being charged for parking in Transperth car parks today.

The Transperth ticket machines were not re-programmed to take account of the fact that the Queen’s Birthday public holiday has been shifted from today to October 28, so they would not issue parking vouchers – because parking is free of charge on public holidays.

This applied to both cash and SmartRider-paid parking.

No PTA parking infringements will be issued today for failing to display a ticket.

About 5250 bays across the system are affected, representing $10,500 in parking revenue.

The machines will be programmed to recognise the revised holiday date, October 28.

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