On-demand buses and ride-sharing apps are ways Newcastle can become a city with fewer cars

By Kevin Orr
September 4 2018 - 7:30am
NO PARKING: The demolition earlier this year of the former David Jones car park on King and Perkins street, Newcastle. Picture: Marina Neil
NO PARKING: The demolition earlier this year of the former David Jones car park on King and Perkins street, Newcastle. Picture: Marina Neil

PARKING tensions across Newcastle are increasing, as many commuters and businesses struggle to adjust to life without parking. Over the last 12 months, Newcastle has lost hundreds of parking spaces, including the closure of two major car parks, as the city goes through rapid urban renewal to create a sustainable and integrated transport network.

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