Centerville Train Depot Paid Parking Program
The Centerville Train Depot is an important asset and resource to the community serving as a significant transit hub in Fremont. In an effort to address the unauthorized use of the Centerville Train Depot parking lot and reinforce its intended use of providing parking primarily for transit users, the City of Fremont is proposing a Centerville Train Depot Paid Parking program. The parking fee program will provide resources for the management and security of the parking lot.
Project OverviewThe Centerville Train Depot Paid Parking program was approved by City Council on March 20, 2018. Construction work is scheduled to commence in summer 2018 and will include:
- Marking parking spaces with stall numbers and identifying the spaces for use as daily or short-term parking.
- Establishing a designated loading area for pick-up and drop-off for shuttle buses and their passengers.
- Installation of kiosks throughout the parking lot for payment, and launching an app available to make payments by mobile phone.
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In addition to our Q&A Day at the train depot on Thursday, February 22nd about the parking fee program, City staff will be available to train users on the payment kiosks in late spring/summer 2018. Notices will be posted at the station in advance of the kiosk training.
RatesA daily parking fee at the Centerville Train Depot is scheduled to be implemented on weekdays, Monday from 12:00 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. Friday in summer 2018. Notices displaying the daily parking fee will be posted at the station and apply to the designated "Fee" area of the station. Parking will remain free on weekends and holidays.
Daily Parking Fee
Single Day fees would be good for 24 hours from the time of purchase. For example, a person could purchase parking at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday and the parking would be paid through Wednesday, 7:29 a.m.
Daily parking paid on Friday is good for 72 hours. Parking purchased on Friday at 7:30 a.m. would be good thru 7:29 a.m. the following Monday. Customers using the ADA accessible parking spaces would also be required to pay the established parking fees at times when those fees would be in effect.
Designated Parking Areas
As part of the proposed paid parking program, three designated parking lots are proposed to be used for the Centerville Train Station. The main parking lot is located adjacent to the Centerville Train Depot. A second parking lot is located on the southeast side of the train tracks adjacent to Bill Ball Plaza. The City is also exploring other options to be developed to further address parking demand at the Centerville Station.
Parking would continue to be free in designated spaces for Zipcar vehicles only, on a first come, first-served basis.
Two (2)-hour Parking
Areas designated for two (2)-hour parking would have a maximum time limit of two hours, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Vehicles left in two-hour parking stalls for more than the allotted time would be subject to fines or
Motorcycles would continue to park free of charge in designated motorcycle parking areas. However, if a motorcycle is parked in a numbered stall in the daily fee area, then the owner would be required to pay the parking fee from 12:00 a.m. Monday to 11:59 p.m. Friday.
Parking fee requirements would not be enforced in fee designated parking lots on the following holidays:
• New Year’s Day
• Veterans Day
• Martin Luther King Day
• Presidents Day
• Memorial Day
• Independence Day
• Labor Day
There are two options to pay for parking:
1. Credit Card and Debit Card Payment
A) Proceed to any parking kiosk located in either designated parking lot.
B) Enter information from the prompt at the kiosk.
C) Insert your credit card.
D) Payment for the parking stall is validated for 24 hours; except Friday purchases which are valid for 72 hours.
2. Remotely pay for parking through a mobile parking app - Instructions will be posted following the selection of a mobile parking app vendor.