The New York City Department of Transportation has implemented a 20% increase in parking fees, a measure that will take effect in October.
The aim is to reduce traffic congestion and make it easier for some drivers to find a parking space through prices that are based on actual demand.
Depending on the district and district, there may be different tariff adjustments, but nothing prevents you from taking a few euros out of your pocket now.
These are the new rates you will have to pay for using parking meters
Fares for East Harlem will increase starting October 16th.
Queens fares will increase starting October 27th.
In the case of Brooklyn, the Bronx and Staten Island, the new tariffs will take effect on November 9th, November 22nd and November 28th, respectively. Prices are the same as Queens.
Click here for the full map of New York City’s new parking meter rates, broken down by borough and neighborhood.
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