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PARKHOUND’S NEW APP MAKING WAVES

When Parkhound relaunched its mobile app in May of 2019, it experienced a three-fold increase in parking. With the increasing need for parking pushing prices in major cities up 7%, it comes as no surprise that motorists are on the lookout for cheaper alternatives. Parking operators are also advertising on Parkhound to find regular renters, with Car Park advertising 60

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The Situation on Pets and Public Transport in Australia

This article will focus on animals and pets on planes, but this can apply to all other modes of transportation. There are ways to get pets on planes. However, they won’t be with you on the flight. Unless they’re authorised service and assistance dogs, your beloved pets will be confined to the cargo hold until the end of your flight.

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This family made $180,000 from a side-hustle

A man has earned $180,000 from the use of the sharing economy. Businesses like Camplify and Spacer allow for people to earn money from things they already own, such as caravans and storage space. Sharing economy startup accelerator The Sharing Hub co-founder Mike Rosenbaum says that motorhome owners are earning between $10,000 and $20,000 each year. https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/family-made-180000-dollars-from-side-hustle-210026306.html

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Melbourne’s new 10 Year Transport Plan

It seems like public transport is just not taking a break. There are so many new projects across Australia that it’s a little hard to keep up with. One particular project that stands out recently is the 10 year project in Melbourne that promises pedestrians and cyclists that they will be able to safely travel around. The project allows more

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Is Sydney the Most Expensive City to Park In?

When you think of parking, your brain immediately goes to congestion, bad traffic and honking, lots of honking. Well, it’s all that and more in cities. Hubs all over the world experience this kind of thing everyday, and usually multiple times a day, with people piling in and out of the city at all hours of the day. Finding street

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Should Moore Park Stadium Get More Parking Spaces?

There is no getting around the fact that we love out sports. Whether it’s rain, hail or shine, we’ll always find a way to get to the stadium on time and have a great night out with friends and family. However, not everyone is lucky enough to find a parking space within the arena or stadium. This can cause huge

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Roads and Transport Need to Match Population Rates

Public transport in Australia has been a real topic of debate these last years, especially compared to the rest of the world. While countries such as Singapore and China have a thriving metro system, Australia has only just recently got on board with its metro routes. The most recent addition is Sydney Metro. Since we’re a little behind everyone else,

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New Parking Rules and Technology in Australia

It’s true that people aren’t the biggest fans of street parking. They’re even less friendly when there’s parking meters to battle with. So the City of Greater Geelong came up with the new and brilliant plan to impose a new parking rule. Each driver has to manually put in their rego into the parking meter before being allowed to get

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The Future of Car Parks – Automated Parking Systems

Picture a parking lot. You’re seeing a huge concrete building right? Neat yellow or white lines to indicate where your vehicle should be parked? Now, with tech advancements coming our way, these concrete buildings will be a thing of the past. And even though we’re way behind Marty McFly’s vision of 2015, pretty soon we’ll be hovering our way to

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