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Dundee City Council has made the decision to suspend all pay-and-display and pay-on-foot parking charges for the time being.
Dundee City Council staff will continue to enforce all other parking restrictions (including limited waiting) to ensure the free flow of traffic and that no vehicles are parked dangerously or causing an obstruction for other road users or pedestrians. They will also respond to complaints from the public about unsafe parking. (update 15 Jan).
Charging hours are between :
- Monday - Sunday, 8.00am to 8.00pm
Please check charging boards and signs for set charging period at each location.
Strategically located car parks around the Inner Ring Road provide around 5,000 parking spaces for shoppers, tourists and business people, all within easy walking distance of the city centre "Pedestrian Zone" shops. There are approximately 530 on-street parking spaces.
Disabled person badge holders may park free of charge and without time limit in any council car park or on-street parking bay. In addition Shopmobility Dundee operates from the rear of the Overgate Shopping Centre in Overgate Lane and provides daily hire of Mobility Scooters, as well as Power and Manual Wheelchairs for use in Dundee City Centre. For further information please phone 01382 228525 or visit our website at http://shopmobilitydundee.co.uk/
On street parking provision for motorcycles is available free of charge at the following locations:
- Whitehall Crescent
- South Tay Street
- Exchange Street
The Dundee City Council car parks are generally not suitable for motorhomes. East Whale Lane car park is the most suitable but please contact 01382 432095 to make arrangements prior to parking. Note - you are not permitted to use the vehicle for sleeping, camping or cooking whilst parked in any Dundee City Council car park.
CCTV is in operation within the city centre and covers some of the car parks listed. Only service vehicles, at certain times of the day, are allowed through the "City Centre Pedestrian Zone". All other city centre through traffic must use the Inner Ring Road. The Dundee Partnership investment is enhancing the City as a regional centre, attracting shoppers and tourists from Tayside, Fife and beyond.
Two or more people sharing a car to get from A to B rather than driving alone has numerous benefits both for yourself, your family, your work colleagues and the environment. Visit www.dundeeliftshire.com for details.
The map below highlights all the car parks with detailed information on each when you link to that car park.