Metro-North Permanently Reduces West-of -Hudson Parking Fees to $20 a Year!
Metro-North has a gift for Orange and Rockland county customers that will keep on giving for years to come.
We’ve permanently slashed the cost of annual parking at all West-of-Hudson stations from $235 to just $20. That’s a 91% price reduction, which means an extra $215 in your pocket each year. Daily meter parking fees will also be permanently reduced by 55% from $2.75 a day to $1.25 a day.
Metro-North has seen a 63% increase in the number of customers taking advantage of the discounted parking since it was introduced as a pilot program in 2014. The railroad has 3,766 permit spaces and 995 daily meter spaces at six stations on the Port Jervis Line and three stations on the Pascack Valley. Permits are available at all stations.
Permits can be purchased just as you buy your current parking permit, either via your current on-line account (accessible by http://rrparking.com/ or by calling: 888-682-PARK (7275).
Customers requiring additional information may contact LAZ directly here, or via phone (Monday- Friday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.) at: 888-682-7275.
"Since 2014, we’ve been seeing an overall trend of increased ridership on the West of Hudson Lines, and we expect this trend to continue," said Joseph Giulietti, President of Metro-North. "We're committed to finding ways to better serve Orange and Rockland counties and continuing to build our West-of-Hudson customer base. As part of our effort to attract and retain customers, we're pleased to offer a big break on parking at West- of-Hudson stations and enhanced TAPPAN ZEExpress service."
Ridership on the Port Jervis Line has grown 101% since 1983. On the Pascack Valley Line, ridership has increased by almost 50% since the institution of weekday off-peak and weekend service in 2007.
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