Hoboken is a city in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. Hoboken has 48 streets laid out in a grid. Many north-south streets were named for United States presidents (Washington, Adams, Madison, Monroe), though Clinton Street likely honors 19th century politician DeWitt Clinton.
Hoboken has the highest public transportation use of any city in the United States. Hoboken Terminal, located at the city's southeastern corner, is a national historic landmark originally built in 1907 by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad. The terminal is the origination/destination point for several modes of transportation and an important hub within the NY/NJ metropolitan region's public transit system.
Parking in Hoboken
Parking in Hoboken is much easier if you know the rules and where to go. Most streets in Hoboken are designated on one side (the north or west side) as “Resident Permit Parking Only” with a green sign/white letters, and the other side (south or east side) as “Permit Parking Only” with a white sign and green letters.
The remaining streets are typically in commercial areas and designated as metered (time limit) parking. In all zones, street cleaning and temporary/emergency regulations supersede all other regulations. Parking in these zones is regulated as follows:
- Resident Permit Parking Only Zone (green sign/white letters)
- Permit Parking Only Zone (white sign/green letters)
- Metered (Time Limit) Parking Zone
Parking in Garages
There are a plenty of garage parking options available in and around the city. One may choose to park in a garage if the parking requirement is for more than just an hour or two. Parking Garages are highly suitable for both short and long term parking requirements.
Best Parking helps you choose the best suitable parking facility for off street parking via an interactive map. Most garages are suitable options for economical long term parking. You can choose by: