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Car Park in Bondy

Parking in Bondy
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Parking in Bondy.

The town of Bondy is a French commune in the centre of the Seine-Saint-Denis department, of which Bobigny is the neighbouring prefecture, which is located in the Île-de-France region, headed by Paris. The commune is only 8 km from the Porte de Pantin in the north-east of the capital. The town is home to almost 55,000 inhabitants in addition to the population that comes to work in Bondy or to Paris by transport. All this population, whether annual or temporary, obviously generates a lot of traffic in a fairly small municipality, which can make parking difficult, as spaces are limited. This is why we are going to share with you in this article our advice and tips to be able to park in Bondy without complication.

Parking zones in Bondy.

The city of Bondy has a parking policy that uses three zones that differ in their location and rate. In Bondy, you can find a blue zone, a green zone and an orange zone. The first is a free parking zone with a very short duration using a parking meter. It is located in a few streets near the town centre and some shops and allows up to 1,5 hours of parking. The green zone is a long term parking zone, located more on the outskirts of Bondy, allowing a maximum of 8 hours of parking which will cost 3,50€. Finally, the orange zone is a short-term zone located near the town centre, shops and the station. The maximum time allowed is 3 hours, which costs 4€. The fares of the paying zones apply every day from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 7pm except on Sundays, public holidays and during the month of August.

Public car parks in Bondy.

However, with the large number of inhabitants and visitors to the town, all the on-street parking spaces are insufficient to accommodate the many vehicles seeking parking in the town. For this reason, the town of Bondy also has several public car parks in various locations with a larger number of spaces. These car parks are an interesting option for visitors to the town as they are often secure and sometimes even more economical. We therefore recommend that you compare the different offers of these car parks and book the one that suits you best on Parkimeter website or application.

The town of Bondy.

The town of Bondy is a town in the north-eastern suburbs of Paris. It is surrounded by Bobigny to the west, Rosny-sous-Bois to the south, Aulnay-sous-Bois to the north and Livry-Gargan to the east. Bondy is also directly connected via the RER E which stops in the town but which should also be connected to the Paris metro via the future line 15 which should be created in accordance with the Grand Paris project. It is a mainly residential town which has been highlighted recently as the home town of the footballer Kylian Mbappé.