Monaghan County Council is set to explore the introduction of "hidden disability" parking spaces.
The motion was raised by Councillor Richard Truell, who called for the spaces to be made available at popular family spots and in busy car parking areas.
He says this would "accommodate families of individuals with hidden conditions, such as autism or a sensory disability, who wouldn't have a disabled parking badge but need to be able to park closer to certain facilities".
Councillor Truell has "encouraged" the Local Authority to trial the scheme at the new Courtyard car park in Ballybay.
Speaking to Northern Sound, he explained more about how the scheme would work:
And you can hear more from Councillor Truell's interview with our reporter Diarmuid Pepper below: