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Trying to figure out how to legally park on Sydney’s streets is a nightmare for many motorists, with multiple signs requiring MENSA membership to decipher.

So the NSW government is going digital with parking signs in the hopes it will clear up the confusion.

The Smart Signage trial begins next month in Sydney’s CBD as part of the government’s $695 million Smart Technology Corridors program.

Roads Secretary Natalie Ward said the digital signs will provide information to drivers about timetables for free roads, bus zones, non-stop zones, loading zones and up-to-date timed parking.

“The goal of this trial is to make it easy to decipher messages on parking signs,” she said.

“Smart Signage replaces confusing signs with parking, transit and bus zones with one simple, digital sign that is updated and monitored remotely.

“Not only will this technology potentially reduce parking fines, putting money back into people’s pockets, but it will also help prevent accidental parking in vacant spaces, which adds tremendously to congestion.”

Motorists using Chalmers Street, Surry Hills, between the streets of Cleveland and Devonshire will see the Smart Signage trial start on November 21 and run for up to 18 months.

A trial is also planned for Elizabeth Street, between Park Street and Liverpool Street, Sydney in the near future.

Ward said the community will be kept informed of any work being done in their area for a Smart Signage trial and timetables.

For more information about the Smart Signage trial or to provide feedback, please visit: yoursay.transport.nsw.gov.au/smart-signage

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