Train Station Meters About to Cost More

Larchmont commuters may as well start rolling up their quarters because the price of parking at train station meters is about to go up.


 At their Board meeting Monday night, Village Trustees reminded commuters that 12-hour meter parking is going to jump to $5 starting Jan. 1.  Currently, daylong parking at Village-owned meters costs $4.  A spot at one of the red MTA-owned meters costs  $2.

All meters serving the station will be subject to the price hike, said Village Clerk Eileen Finn.

Using the Village meters, located in the station’s upper lot, requires a permit. Day fees can be paid with cash, debit or credit cards. 

 The red MTA meters are open to the public and require quarters.

 Trustees approved the increase earlier this year.  

And as reported earlier, New York State is no longer in charge of dog licenses. The licensing will be the responsibility of municipalities. Larchmont Village residents will soon get theirs at the Town of Mamaroneck offices.




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