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Information about parking near Stafford Station

Stafford station is a mainline railway station in the town of Stafford. Stafford is the county town of Staffordshire, and the question “where to park around Stafford station?” actually incorporates the question “where to park in Stafford?”

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in stafford station, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    On-street parking spaces in Stafford are a rarity, but it is permitted where there are no double-yellow lines, no residents’ parking bays, and no kerb markings indicating loading restrictions. Parking is also permitted on any single yellow lines outside the times indicated on the sign.


  • Off-street parking

    There are two convenient car parks at the station itself:


    Car Park 1, 75 parking spaces, open 24/7, £12 per day Monday to Friday, £5 Saturday and Sunday


    Car Park 2, 467 parking spaces, open 24/7, £12 per day Monday to Friday, £5 Saturday and Sunday


    There is also a short-stay car park, designated for people who are delivering passengers to the station and collecting them after their journey. The biggest car parks in the rest of Stafford are:


    Waterfront multi-storey car park, Waterfront Way, 1025 parking spaces, chargeable seven days, though rates vary from day to day


    Riverside Undercroft car park, South Walls, 180 parking spaces, chargeable seven days, though rates vary from day to day


    Doxey Road, 764 parking spaces, chargeable seven days, though prices vary from day to day


  • Public transport

    Stafford is a stop on the mainline London Euston to Liverpool service, and also serves Manchester, Birmingham, Wales and the south-west. Additionally, the station is a hub for local train services in Staffordshire. Bus services are available throughout the town and surrounding neighbourhoods, and also to major towns and cities UK-wide.

  • Disabled parking

    Blue Badge holders can park:


    On the street in disabled parking bays


    All day on any roads where parking is free but time-restricted


    In pedestrian zones only where a sign says that vehicles with a Blue Badge on display are exempt


    In council-owned car parks free of charge to the maximum time permitted


    Free of charge in variable stay council-owned car parks for a maximum of four hours, after which the stay is chargeable


    Parking is not free of charge for Blue Badge holders in the Riverside Undercroft and Waterfront multi-storey car parks.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Stafford has double yellow lines indicating no parking at any time, and parking is reserved for residents in several areas. Parking is not permitted on any single yellow lines between hours which vary between locations; check the sign.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    All council-owned car parks are closed on Christmas Day; other than that, they are open and chargeable on bank holidays.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    There is a drop-off and pick-up point in Station Road, very close to the station.

  • Nearby attractions

    Stafford Castle, built of wood in 1100, replaced with brick and stone over the centuries, derelict for years but now refurbished as a striking visitor attraction


    Ancient High House, a Tudor building and the largest timber-framed town house in England, including a museum which gives insights into the town of Stafford and the people who lived here through the centuries.