Parking & Transportation
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The Parking & Transportation department is responsible for management of all municipal transportation and parking services in the City of Asbury Park. This includes parking, pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure and safety, traffic control, signage and striping, and coordination with State, County and local agencies and partners related to transportation.
Asbury Park’s streets are for everyone - pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and transit riders. The City has adopted a Complete Streets policy to develop a transportation network that promotes walking, cycling, public transit, rideshare and other multi-modal transportation.
A short 90-minute drive from both New York City and Philadelphia, the City is also served by both public and private transportation services, making it easy to get to Asbury Park. And, getting around Asbury Park is even easier – the City is a very walkable 1.6 square miles. Most destinations are reachable on foot or by bicycle. And there are also a number of public and private transportation options available. For more information, click here.
Information for residents, visitors and businesses about metered public parking, resident and employee parking, guest permits, parking garages and lots, handicapped and disabled veteran parking, event reservation parking and the Parking Committee.
Information on the bike share program, bicycle registration, bike parking, safety tips and the City of Asbury Park Plan for Walking and Biking.
Information on the City’s pilot electric scooter share program.
Information on the City’s electric vehicle charging program.
Traffic calming is the practice of managing vehicular speeds and/or volumes of traffic on City streets.
Information on street cleaning schedules and routes.
Current road construction information in Asbury Park.
Current regulations regarding trucks, buses, and trailers.