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Information about parking near Nottingham Station
Nottingham Station is a well-known stop for rail and tram passengers. It is obviously in the city of Nottingham and, as mentioned, serves both the train and the tram. The station has a very rich history, having been built and established in 1848 until a renovation was needed in 1904 and the 1904 building is what still largely remains today. This station is the last one standing of the many others that previously served the city.
Some additional information about parking in nottingham station, to cater to all your parking needs
Street parking is not in abundance around the station as it is a high traffic area. There are some areas around the station with street parking but the hours for this street parking is typically limited to daytime parking with an hour or two-hour max, meaning that those travelling from the station cannot leave their cars on the street.
Nottingham Station has its own car park that boasts multiple storeys with a total of over 500 spots. The car park is covered and safe and offers travellers a secure place to park for their short or long trips.
There are tram and bus stops around the station that make it easy for anyone to access the station, even without a car. There are also special and designated areas to park bikes for those who prefer more eco-friendly means of transportation.
There are about 44 designated parking spots for those with disabilities. These spots are not located on the bottom floor, even though in many other stations this is the case, but there are accessible elevators and wheelchair friendly elevators, making it easy for those with disabilities to park and access the station.
Guests and travellers can pay to park for long stays and longer periods of time in the car park at the station, and there are no restrictions as long as the guest has paid for the appropriate amounts of time.
On street parking, however, is regulated and typically restricted to weekdays during business hours and for an hour at a time. It is important to read the signs around you before parking.
Bank holidays are treated like Sundays for on-street parking but off-street parking, the tariffs and fees are different, but the hours and restricted times are the same on weekends and bank holidays.
There are several spots that are designated specifically for those who are parking for 30 minutes or less. This allows for easy drop-off and pick-up. There are also areas outside the station where stopping and waiting is permitted, but also many areas where this is not permitted and security will ask that you move your car if you park there.
Nottingham is best known, arguably, for being home to Robin Hood. There are castles, museums, restaurants and markets for visitors to enjoy. Tourists enjoy Nottingham’s beautiful scenery as well. Travelling from other cities to Nottingham by rail is popular as it allows guests to take in the beautiful countryside.