Monthly Parking in New Orleans
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New Orleans Parking Statistics
- The percentage of commuters that take public transit have declined from 13% in 2000 to 7% in 2018
New Orleans Parking FAQs
1. How can I book parking through WhereiPark?
WhereiPark makes it easy to book a parking spot. Search the address where you're looking for parking and our interactive map of the city will suggest all the available options. You’ll see markers show up on the map, denoting available monthly spots, and you can view each listing in detail by clicking on it. Browse your options until you find one that suits your needs, then click the book button to book a space. You’ll either be prompted to log in or create your account. Once you've logged in or created an account you can add your vehicle details, contact information, payment information, select a start date, and book! Once your booking is confirmed by the lot owner, you’ll receive full instructions on how to access the space.
2. How much does it cost to park in New Orleans?
Hourly rates can vary between $4 and $12, while monthly rates can range from $50 to $400 per month.
3. How much is a parking ticket in New Orleans
Anyone who doesn't pay or forgets to feed the meter during operating hours will incur a fine of $30.
4. Is there free parking in New Orleans?
Yes, many downtown businesses and department stores offer free or discounted parking with purchase at nearby lots. There is also no charge to park in a metered spot on Sunday or the following holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Mardi Gras, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.