Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Parking in Tel Aviv – Big Changes Coming Our Way
Parking for Tel Aviv residents is about to change – drastically!
Beginning March 1, 2012 residents will pay 25% of the regular price (rather than the current 50%) in Achuzot Hof parking lots. 3 additional parking lots will be available for “close to home” parking. The above is part of stage one of the new parking arrangements. More specifics will be sent to residents by mail.
But the bigger change will occur in stage two. Parking zones will be abolished! That’s right, no more colorful parking stickers on our windshields. This means that cars with a Tel Aviv resident sticker can park in any blue and white space in any zone. No news yet on when stage two will start but this will certainly make parking more pleasurable in the city that never stops.
Visitors to Tel Aviv will still have to search for parking. If you insist in coming into the city rather than using the "Reading" parking lot your best bets are the privately owned parking lot on Alozoroff between Dizengoff and Ben Yehuda or the "Hechal Hatarbut" (Mann Auditorium lot) between Rothschild and Ibn Gvirol near Dizengoff.
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