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New parking rules in San Zeno di Montagna

24 May 2017

Since Easter 2017, almost all parking lots in the city centre of the pittoresque town of San Zeno di Montagna have been marked by blue lines, meaning that they have become subject to pay parking fees.

For the first time, a lot of residents and shop owners found themselves in a situation where they had to pay a parking fee in order to get coffee, get groceries or go to work. 50 cents for half an hour, one euro for an hour, is the due parking fee of the blue zone-parking.

Since this has caused numerous complaints, the major of San Zeno di Montagna has now announced some modifications to the new parking rules. Blue zone parking will still be vaild for the entire season until the 15th of October, but the first twenty minutes of your parking ticket are free of charge. This should give everybody enough time to get a quick coffe, or do some shopping, is the idea behind the modifications.

Also: residents in San Zeno di Montagna, or people working in a place alongside the main road, can purchase a long-term parking ticket valid for six months for the cost of 40 euros, and with this get the permission to park the entire day.

Everybody owning a holiday home in San Zeno di Montagna, gets the same treatment as guests of structures like hotels: For the cost of 20 euros, a monthly parking ticket can be purchased – for the cost of 80 euros, a long-term parking ticket valid for the entire season (six months). If families owning a holiday home in San Zeno di Montagna arrive with more than one car, the parking permit can be extended for two cars, but only one can be parked within the blue zones at a time.

To find out about the exact hours in a day being subject to payment in the blue zone, please consult the parking ticket machine, where you have to issue your ticket.

(Source: larena.it)

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