Parking fees or time limits in Auckland suburban centres, reserving 60 per cent of neighbourhood parking for residents with permits and introducing charges at park-and-ride stations are among measures being considered to tackle road congestion.

As the Super City prepares to cram in up to a million more residents over the next 30 years, parking fees and time limits may spread to many more parts of Auckland in an attempt to cut commuter traffic and create a public-transport culture.

Auckland Transport says population growth will put extra pressure on scarce road space needed for better public transport, walking and cycling.

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