Jill, Home Buyer in Dobbs Ferry, NY

How is the parking at the Mamaroneck train station? Is there a wait list or is it easy to purchase a spot?

Asked by Jill, Dobbs Ferry, NY Wed Apr 21, 2010

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Commuters that live in the Village of Mamaroneck pay $210/year to park in RR lots right near the train. The village sells a permit to any resident that wants one and there is NO waiting list. To buy a permit go to Village Hall at the Regatta at 123 Mamaroneck Avenue. You will need proof of residency.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 21, 2010
Hi Jill,

The best place to reference parking at the Mamaroneck Metro North Train Station is to visit the MTA website itself. Either click or paste the following link into your browser.


This is the link to the Mamaroneck Station. It includes who to call for station parking, the price for metered and permit parking. and there is also a link to the parking station area map.

Robin Lynch
Keller Williams Realty Group
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 21, 2010
Parking at the station is terrible! the wait-list to get a spot at the station is over 5 years. There are some daily parking spots but those spots have been drastically reduced due to nearby construction (that will likely last a year or more) and spots dedicated to a new restaurant - these spots are always empty in the early evening hours, and by the tiime the restuarant gets busy there are plenty of other nearby spots. There are only a few long term metered spots in the area but a large percentage of these meters are broken and if you dont put a sign in your windshield taht the meter is broke you will certainly get a ticket. If you cannot get to the station by 7am you wont get a spot.
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