Transport and Parking
With arterial and regional roads running through the locality, roads and traffic are major issues affecting the safety and amenity of the local area. Sustainable transport options are encouraged, with Mosman being well served by buses and ferries.
Carparking areas located throughout Mosman, denoting time limits, number of spaces and opening hours.
A high percentage of the population of Mosman use public transport to get to work. The Municipality is well served by buses and ferries.
A to B Mosman provides transport for Mosman residents who have difficulty using other transport services. It operates from Mosman and between Spit Bridge and Neutral Bay, Monday to Friday 8.30am-4.30pm and Saturdays by arrangement, for individual and group travel.
Meeting our mobility needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
Car sharing provides an inexpensive and sustainable means of transport for local residents, businesses and the wider community, with access to cars 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Council currently has Residential Parking Schemes in a range of streets across the Mosman area where permits are issued to eligible residents.
Residents and property owners in Mosman may apply for a foreshore parking permit that enables a registered vehicle to park without paying a fee at certain foreshore reserve car parks.
Parking infringement notices are issued by Council Rangers when motorists are found to be in breach of Australian road rules. This page provides information on how to pay a fine and how to request a review through the State Debt Recovery Office.