New parking policy in Leiden

As of Monday 13 June, the municipality of Leiden has introduced a new parking policy. From this date it is no longer possible to park along the road and in residential areas. The reason for this is that Leiden will grow by as much as 20% over the next 30 years, according to the Dutch DPA. More and more people therefore live and work in Leiden. In addition, the municipality wants to make the city center car-free and greener.

overzicht parkeren leiden

Source: andersparkerenleiden.nl

Can I still park at 4 Wieler?

It is no longer possible to park on the Langegracht, but there is a parking lot opposite our Innovation and Expertise center where you can park for 2 hours. It is less than a minute’s walk from this parking lot to our front door.
Klik here for directions to the car park and here for directions to our Innovation and Expertise center.

Do you have any questions or are you unable to find it? do not hesitate to contact/ us and call +31 88 444 00 00.

 

Author: Luke Edes
Publication date: 13 Jul, 2022

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