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Parking in Staten Island

 

 

We recommend that participants driving to the TD Five Boro Bike Tour carpool and park in Staten Island in the morning. Parking will be easier and you’ll avoid waiting for the ferry at the end of the day. If you park on the street, please observe all posted parking restrictions. Cars parked along the Tour Route will be towed.

 

PAID PARKING lots near the ferry

Due to ongoing construction, there will be limited parking at the Staten Island Ferry lots. Alternatively, use street parking or the following nearby private and municipal lots nearby the:

Capacity: 719 cars

Hours: 5AM – 8PM

Cost: $8/day*

Accepted forms of payment: cash or credit (no debit)

Capacity: 150 cars

Hours: 6AM – 6PM

Cost: $10/day*

Accepted forms of payment: cash, credit, or debit

Cars that park without checking in with an attendant are subject to being booted. Riders must comply with all posted rules and regulations.

Capacity: 200 cars

Hours: 6AM – 6PM

Cost: $10/day*

Accepted forms of payment: cash, credit, or debit

Cars that park without checking in with an attendant are subject to being booted. Riders must comply with all posted rules and regulations.

Capacity: 200 cars

Open 24 hours

Cost: $15 for up to 12 hours*

Accepted forms of payment: cash, credit, or debit

*Stated prices subject to change without notice.

 

MTA Staten Island Railway

Park on local streets or in a Staten Island Railway Park-and-Ride at Dongan Hills, Great Kills, Annadale, Prince’s Bay, or Huguenot stations, then hop on a train to the ferry. Bicycles will be allowed on the trains, and you can board at any Staten Island Railway station. MetroCard fares are collected as you enter and exit at the St. George and Tompkinsville stations. Visit www.mta.info or dial 511 for more information.

South Beach Park-and-Ride

Participants parking at the South Beach Park-and-Ride (located off Capodanno Blvd. between Seaview Ave. and Sand Ln.) can ride their bikes to the Staten Island Ferry (4.7 miles) in order to make their way to the Start Area. At the end of the day, cyclists can return to their vehicles via the bike path running from the Finish Festival at Fort Wadsworth to the South Beach Park-and-Ride.