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Limerick city operates a dual on-street parking payment system that incorporates disposable parking disks and a state of the art pay by phone system. This combination of parking control on the streets is widely regarded as efficient, flexible and most importantly convenient for city visitors.
ParkMagic is the company that provides the pay by phone system to the council and their services are always evolving in terms of new features and user benefits which helps keep Limerick city council at the forefront of technology developments.
The service is suitable for everyone whether you park in the city regularly or once a month and is supported by a Free Phone number to park which is 1800 30 30 93.
Contact ParkMagic on 061-311422 or parkmagic.net to get your free starter pack which includes some parking credit today and follow the instructions to get set up.
You can top-up your ParkMagic account in the following ways:
- Online at www.parkmagic.net
- Call Centre 061 311 422
- In selected shops citywide (call for list or where you see the ParkMagic logo)
The traffic section also carries out regular traffic and parking surveys in order to identify trends for forward planning and transportation measures.
The administration of traffic enforcement and parking control is operated within City Hall. The pay-parking section is responsible for management of the City Council’s off-street car parks and enforcement of parking bye-laws on the city’s streets.
In accordance with the objectives set out in Limerick’s Road Safety Together Plan traffic calming schemes are introduced and improvements made. Public consultation and detailed discussion with the members of the City Council are carried out prior to the implementation of these schemes. A firm of consulting engineers were engaged to prepare a traffic management study for the city. This report which has received approval in principle from the City Council is being used to support improved traffic arrangements in the city.
Limerick City Council is working closely with Bus Eireann in the development of bus and cycle priority measures for the city.