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Metro is in the process of introducing a parking ordinance. An ordinance will be an enforcement tool against parking infractions like double parking, non-transit rider parking and long-term parking – and will help Metro to protect parking for Metro riders. The ordinance also provides a structure for pricing, setting limits on any changes that Metro makes to parking fees.

The draft parking ordinance was introduced at the Metro Board of Directors Executive Management Committee on March 13, 2015 and can be reviewed here.

The public comment period is now closed.

The Metro Board of Directors will be asked to approve the draft ordinance at their regular meeting on September 24, 2015. If approved, the ordinance will go into effect in October 2015.

Park & Ride lots are everywhere

Whether you’re catching a bus or train, or meeting a carpool or vanpool, Park & Ride lots can make your commute easier. Metro offers more than 150 convenient Park & Ride locations county-wide. 

Metro Park & Ride lots by line

Metro’s Park & Ride lots include both free and paid reserved spaces.

Free spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis for transit users.

Reserved paid parking is available at 11 Metro Park & Ride locations. Paying for parking secures you an assigned space until 10:30am. After 11am all spaces become available to transit patrons.

Reserved paid parking is available at the following stations:

A monthly paid parking permit ensures you a parking space each morning until 10:30am. Sign up for a monthly permit at your station here.

Not ready for a full month of parking? Using two or three different Park & Ride lots? Reserve your space for the day at any of Metro’s lots by calling 1.888.310.PARK (7275) or registering online at parkinghelp.com.


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