Motorcycle parking

The rules for motorcycle parking are different from other vehicles.

On-street parking places

Motorcycles can park in the following parking places at any time:

  • Resident parking bays in Community Parking Zones (CPZs) without a resident permit;
  • Voucher bays without payment;
  • Pay and Display bays without payment; and
  • Shared use bays within·CPZs (for example, a combination of resident permit, voucher and pay and display).

How to park

Motorcycles parking in the above bays should be positioned at right angles to the kerb so that they take up minimum space and do not obstruct other vehicles from entering the bay.

Where not to park

Motorcycles must not park in the following parking places during controlled hours:

Yellow lines and footway parking

Motorcycles must adhere to the yellow line restrictions as signposted, and must not park on pavements (except where a footway parking exemption is in place).

Off-street pay and display car parks

Motorcycles must park in the free motorcycle bays where provided.

If this is not possible, motorcycles must park in a car parking space and purchase a pay and display ticket. We advise you to write on the word 'Motorcycle' and your registration number on your ticket, to discourage theft.

Updated: 21 June 2017