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Staff and patients at Christchurch Hospital in New Zealand are avoiding a new public car park due to high fees and accessibility issues. The Tū Waka Waipapa building, which opened in November, was intended to alleviate a long-standing parking problem at the hospital. However, nurses and patients have found the fees of $24 per day to be unsustainable. The cheaper Deans Avenue Park and Ride service is being used instead, but some users have reported difficulties with accessibility. The hospital’s current staff car park has a waiting list of approximately two years, and plans to lease spaces in the new public car park for staff have been abandoned.

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