Wellington Regional Council introduced measures to reduce inappropriate parking at its Park and Ride carparks. The Council posted signs and conducted an awareness campaign to inform residents that Park and Ride carparks are limited to only individuals using bus or rail services. Anyone violating this rule after receiving a warning ticket is subject to a fine of up to $350 and having their vehicle clamped or removed. The Council designed these measures to reduce demand on the carparks.
Cornwall officials expanded IT and digital services upgrades beyond council buildings to the entire community. Public meetings featuring up to 160 participants use whiteboard technology to ensure seamless operation. Cornwall Children's Services holds virtual sessions with families and outside partners that simplify travel and scheduling requirements. A Digital Inclusion team hosts community events that help 500 first-time Internet users per year access new worlds of information.
Enfield Council has installed over 30 secure cycling parking spaces in residential areas. Each residential bikehangar can store and protect six standard bikes from damage and theft. Residents can rent a hangar space and receive a key to access the covered storage space for a small fee of £12 per year. The Council has received £120,000 from Transport for London to install an additional 180 secure cycle parking spaces throughout the borough.