WITHOUT A PERMIT, YOU NEED “DAILY” PARKING
In order to meet competing demands, our lots are allocated between “permit” and “daily” parking and subject to availability on a first-come basis to those abiding by all applicable policies, rules, regulations and procedures.
Our cost-effective operation allows us to offer a very reasonable $5 daily rate for up to 24 hours, as compared with: $7 to $18 at Trenton Station; $7 to $10 at Hamilton Station; $6 at Jersey Avenue Station; and, $5 to $9 at Metropark Station.
About the Vaughn Permit and Daily Pay Lots
Owned by WWPA and treated as one lot, these connected lots are accessible directly from either Alexander Road or Vaughn Drive. Parking in these lots is currently shared but not divided between permit parking and daily parking.
Daily parking is priced at $5 for a single stay of up to 24 hours to a maximum of 14 consecutive days. Payment is required promptly after parking on all days and at all times. No cash is accepted for daily parking in the Vaughn Lots. Payment can only be made through the Parkmobile App, which involves a convenience fee of 50¢ per transaction.
Pay stations in other lots cannot be used to pay for parking in the Vaughn lots.
Please register in advance at www.parkmobile.com or download the Parkmobile app from your smartphone’s app store. Once registered, customers can use the app or call 877-727-5304 to pay for parking in Zone 4801, which is exclusive to the Vaughn Lots. These details are posted on numerous signs throughout the Vaughn lots.
About the Station Drive Daily Pay & Wallace Daily Pay Lots
Owned by NJ TRANSIT, these lots are for daily parkers and priced at $5 for a single stay of up to 24 hours to a maximum of 14 consecutive days. Payment is required promptly after parking on all days and at all times at any of 11 pay stations – simple prompts will guide you through the few steps required to “pay-by-plate” with credit/debit cards or bills ($1, $5, $10 and $20 accepted but no change given).
About the Importance of Correct License Plate Numbers
License Plate Recognition (“LPR”) scanners are used to identify vehicles parked without proper authorization or payment. The LPR scanners do not leave room for error. Accordingly, daily parkers – whether using Parkmobile in the Vaughn Lots or pay stations in either the Station Drive or Wallace Daily Pay lots – must be sure to enter their correct license plate numbers.