Sandcastle, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY

Am I able to park a car long term at the ferry docks and train stations? What does it cost?

Asked by Sandcastle, New York, NY Wed Feb 13, 2008

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Deborah Madey’s answer
Hi,
You might want to define "long term" for parking. Overnight is OK.......30 nights in a row may have your car towed. If you are going to reside in the Rumson area, I would recommend using a taxi to and from the train or ferry dock when you planned to be away for any time. I live in Rumson and have taken a taxi to both the Red Bank train station and Highlands/Conners ferry. Both run about $12.
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Deborah Madey, Real Estate Pro in Red Bank, NJ
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You cannot leave your car overnight in the Atlantic Highlands Ferry Parking lot. You can park at Highland's (Connor's) overnight as long as there is no snow. Parking is free in both these lots.

If you get to the Red Bank Train station very early (usually by 6:30am) you can Purchase parking for the day. Or you can sign up for a parking permit. The waiting list is about 3 - 4 years long, the cost is over $300 for the year. I hope this helps.

Take Care,
Mitsie
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The ferry terminals at Highlands & Atlantic Highlands (http://www.seastreak.com) and Belford/Middletown (New York Waterway http://www.nywaterway.com) all provide parking to passengers as part of the ticket.

Parking at New Jersey Transit stations varies... your best bet is to check out their website (http://www.njtransit.com/rg/rg_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=Tra…) for specific information including rates for the stations that are of interest to you.

Hope that helps!

Thomas McCormack
Sales Associate
Resources Real Estate | 112 E River Rd | Rumson | NJ | 07760
732-212-0440 x212 | http://www.ThomasMcCormack.com
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