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Information about parking in Croydon
Croydon, nine miles south of Charing Cross, is a large town in its own right, while still being part of Greater London. It had for some time, during the early days of civil aviation, the main airport in the southeast, before the advent of Heathrow and Gatwick. It is its own London Borough and is the only town in London with its own light rail system (Tramlink). The question of where to park in Croydon can sometimes be problematic.
Some additional information about parking in croydon, to cater to all your parking needs
In theory, there is no on-street parking on the three Red Route roads (see Parking Restrictions). However, there are exceptions:
Parking is free, and the maximum stay is one hour in the following pay-and-display parking spaces:
Parking is free for just the first 30 minutes, and the maximum stay is two hours in the following pay-and-display parking spaces: