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This instrument authorises the Australian National University’s continued use of its PAYG parking and vPermit systems for the issuing of parking permits.
Administered by: Education, Skills and Employment
Registered 10 Dec 2019
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THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITy

Australian National University (Parking and Traffic) Instrument 2019

 

I, Professor Brian P. Schmidt, Vice-Chancellor, make the following instrument.

Dated 6 December 2019

 

Professor Brian P. Schmidt AC FAA FRS

Vice-Chancellor

 

 



1          Name

This is the Australian National University (Parking and Traffic) Instrument 2019.

2          Commencement

This instrument commences on 1 January 2020.

3          Authority

This instrument is made under the following provisions of the statute:

                                           (a)    section 15 (Approval of e-permit systems);
                                          (b)    section 17 (Approval of e-payment methods).

[Note:            This instrument is a notifiable instrument under the Legislation Act 2003 (Cwlth).]

4          Definitions

In this instrument:

parking systems provider means CellOPark Pty Ltd.

PAYG parking system means the online Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) parking system developed by the parking systems provider and managed by the parking systems provider on behalf of the University.

vPermit system means the online vPermit system developed by the parking systems provider and managed by the University.

the statute means the Australian National University (Parking and Traffic) Statute 2019.

5          Approval of e-permit systems

For section 15 of the statute, the PAYG parking system and vPermit system are approved for parking permits issued in electronic form.

6          Approval of e-payment method

For section 17 of the statute, payment using the PAYG parking system is approved as a method for paying ticket parking fees.

7          Repeal

The Australian National University (Parking and Traffic) Instrument 2017 is repealed.