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Stevenage is a town near the A1 motorway in Hertfordshire. The railway station in Stevenage is located on the East Coast Mainline, twenty-seven miles north of London King’s Cross. Stevenage Station is served by Great Northern, Hull Trains and London North-Eastern Railway. A short walkway leads from the train station to Stevenage Bus Station. Opposite the station is a leisure complex that includes the Gordon Craig Theatre.
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The car parks near Stevenage Station are often full, and parking near Stevenage Station is expensive. It pays to find out where to park on-street near the station. However, all on-street parking spaces that are not reserved for resident permit holders are pay and display bays and not that much cheaper than the car-parks. Most offer only short-stay parking near Stevenage Station.
Stevenage Station car park has more than four hundred parking spaces, which fill up really quickly during the week. The nearby multi-level car park usually has parking spaces. Overnight parking near Stevenage Station is available from £6. The nearest public car parks are at Danesgate, Southgate, Daneshill and Railway South. The charges for parking near Stevenage Station vary between £4.80 and £8 for two hours. The car parks at Westgate and St George’s Way are only a little further away from the station and cost £2.40 for two hours. They are still within easy walking distance.
The privately owned car park at West Terrace is a six-minute walk from the station. It only offers pre-booked long-term parking near Stevenage Station and costs £100 per month. Shorter periods are not available to book.
Trains leaving from Stevenage Station travel to Central London, Gatwick Airport, Brighton, Cambridge, Peterborough and up North to Doncaster, Hull, Leeds, York, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and all the way up to Aberdeen, Perth, and Inverness. Train passengers don’t need to worry about where to park near Stevenage Station if they travel to and from the station by public transport. Many local bus services serve the nearby bus and coach station. Long distance coaches connect Stevenage Station with Stansted Airport, Hitchin, Luton Airport, Coventry and Birmingham Airport.
Stevenage Station has four designated disabled parking spaces right outside the station. They are free for Blue Badge holders and allow a short stay only. Long-stay parking near Stevenage Station is available in the large multi-level car park.
Height restrictions of 2 meters apply in most car parks near the station. The usual parking restrictions apply in residential areas and on the kerbside.
Parking near Stevenage Station in council-maintained car parks and parking bays is generally free or offered at a reduced rate on Sundays, but not on Bank Holidays.
There are three parking spaces on North Road for free parking near Stevenage Station. They are council-maintained and have a maximum stay of one hour, which makes them ideal for car drivers who are picking up or dropping off at the station.
Top attractions in Stevenage include the Gordon Craig Theatre, Cromer Windmill, Stevenage Museum, Fairlands Valley Park, Bennington Lordship Gardens and the Town Centre Gardens.