Bratislava’s Old Town continues marking residential parking lots

Residential parking is marked on almost half of Old Town’s streets.

Parking is a problem in the centre of Bratislava as well as some its boroughs.Parking is a problem in the centre of Bratislava as well as some its boroughs. (Source: TASR)

Bratislava’s Old Town borough is continuing to mark residential parking lots in the Palisády zone. By the end of this year, it plans to add almost 380 lots to the existing 3,456. Of the new marked lots, 10 percent will be free, i.e. they will serve visitors, the borough informs on its web site.

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“After residential parking lots are marked in the Palisády zone, residential parking will be marked in more than one hundred streets, one half of the Old Town’s streets,” said Matej Števove, spokesperson for the borough, adding that there is not a fixed date for completion of this.

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