With its narrow, winding streets and big-city traffic, finding a parking spot in Boston - whether you're biking or driving - can be a challenge. Learn how to apply for valet parking, where to park during street sweeping or a snow emergency, how to obtain a handicapped parking placard or plate, what to do if you get towed, how to pay and/or appeal a ticket or fine, and more.
Whether you need short-term, extended stay, economy rate, or premium guaranteed parking, Boston's Logan Airport has it all. Get information on parking rates, conditions, prepaid passports, picking up passengers, hybrid parking benefits, and more.
Planning to sail out of Cruiseport Boston? Find out where to park, where to drop off and pick up passengers, including the route from the cell phone lot to the terminal.
With over 51,000 parking spaces in 150 locations available daily for customers, the MBTA is the largest owner of off-street paid parking in New England. Find out how to save money on a monthly permit, whether you can park overnight, how to pay for daily parking by phone, and what your parking rate is.
Interested in learning more about ridesharing or vanpooling? MassRIDES can help. Park-and-ride lots scattered throughout Massachusetts provide commuters with an opportunity to carpool or take public transportation for at least a portion of their commute.
Download an application for a disabled parking placard/plate here and learn about ways to report handicap parking abuse. The Medical Affairs Branch of the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) issues handicapped placards and license plates to disabled Massachusetts residents. Find out how to document your disability and where to send your completed application form.