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Information about parking near Edgware Station
Edgware is part of Greater London and the north-west terminus on the Northern Line for those travelling on the London Underground. The extension of the Northern Line in the 1920s was a catalyst for the growth of Edgware. By the 1930s, it was a thriving suburb of Middlesex, which mostly became part of Greater London in 1965.
A railway station once existed in Edgware but was closed in 1964. Thus, local modes of public transport are the London Underground and London buses. As well as Edgware station, other underground stations serve surrounding areas: Burnt Oak, Canons Park, Colindale and Queensbury.
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On-street parking is limited near Edgware underground station. Where it exists, the maximum stay is often short at 20 or 30 minutes. Along Station Road, 90 minutes’ pay-and-display or phone payment parking is possible.
By far the best place to park for Edgware Station within easy walking distance is The Broadwalk Centre with 900 spaces. This is a shopping centre about five to six minutes away on foot. Parking there is free for the first 90 minutes and reasonably priced after that. The flat all-day rate is £12.00 (midnight to midnight).
Other stations in the area have car parks nearby, should they suit you just as well. You can park all day at the NCP Canons Park site for £6.00, so that’s a more economical solution. It’s also possible to book allocated spaces or driveways for attractive rates through the handy JustPark app.
Just five minutes away from Edgware underground station is Edgware bus station, where passengers can go to places such as Watford, Hatfield, Marylebone and Harrow. On the underground, the Northern Line takes you all the way to south-west London stations such as South Wimbledon and Morden.
Blue Badge holders can actually park for up to three hours in Station Road. For those planning on being away from the car for longer, disabled bays are also available at the nearby Broadwalk Centre.
The London Borough of Barnet, to which Edgware belongs, runs a CPZ (Controlled Parking Zones) system, with various applicable waiting times. Residential areas close to Edgware station are for permit holders only during most or all of the day. In the evenings and on Sundays, roadside spaces become available for free.
Parking restrictions in council car parks, pay-and-display bays and residents’ bays are not enforced on bank holidays in Edgware. They are treated as a Sunday. Other rules, such as not parking in disabled bays without a Blue Badge or on double yellow lines, still apply on all days except Christmas Day.
There is a turning area outside Edgware station for dropping passengers off or picking them up. Parking is not allowed. Signage warns of prosecution, so drivers should not leave cars unattended.
Shoppers in Edgware are likely to head for the Broadwalk Centre, but there are other attractions close by. Edgwarebury Park is a good place for a stroll to the north of the district. Not far away by bus, car or underground are Stephens House & Gardens at Finchley, the Royal Air Force Museum at Hendon and Barnet Museum.