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Parking and traffic laws in Canterbury-Bankstown are put into place to ensure the safe and fair use of our roads for the benefit of everyone.
Council manages a range of parking facilities across the City. Commuter parking is also provided by Transport for NSW at a number of train stations.Where the demand for parking is high and availability limited, the parking is usually controlled by timed parking restrictions.
To obtain a Mobility (Disabled) Parking Permit as part of the NSW Mobility Parking Scheme, applications must be lodged with the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). Disabled parking spaces are provided throughout the City in adherence with the latest Australian Standards.
Council has begun using unbroken yellow lines along the kerb of roads to denote No Stopping zones. Find out more about these rules and more at the Roads and Maritime Services website.
Timed parking restrictions are designed to manage the parking demand for a particular area, while No Stopping and No Parking restrictions focus on road safety and traffic flow. For further information on parking restrictions, go to the Roads and Maritime Services website.
People who park illegally may be placing others in danger. They may be issued an infringement notice (parking fine) by any NSW Police officer, or an authorised Council Enforcement Officer. We regularly patrol signposted areas.
You can dispute infringement notices or parking tickets at the State Debt Recovery Office website directly. We are not able to negotiate or cancel them once issued.
The full list of parking offence fines is available from the Roads and Maritime Services website.
To report an offending vehicle or trailer, call our Customer Service Centre on 9707 9000 with details.