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Metro’s paid parking program begins at Arcadia and Duarte stations on the Gold Line on Monday, June 3. The daily rate will be $3 for those with a TAP card.
You can pay at the kiosk (take a pic of your license plate number) or via the Metro Parking app in the Apple or Google Play stores. Use zone 309 for Arcadia and zone 312 for Duarte.
Each station will offer a monthly pass for $59 — but not right away. Metro is going to first analyze parking occupancy once the paid parking begins.
As the flier below notes, free parking will remain available at the large parking garage at Sierra Madre Villa Station in eastern Pasadena — use the Madre Street exit from the 210 freeway.
Metro has been implementing paid parking at its busier transit stations since spring 2017 in order to ensure there are always spaces for transit riders.
This article first appeared on thesource.metro.net
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