Zagreb Parking System Changing: New Zone Coming

Lauren Simmonds

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May the 28th, 2024 – The Zagreb parking system is set to alter, with a brand new parking zone on the horizon.

Finding parking in Zagreb is always an issue unless you’re willing to pay for more expensive garages such as at Cvjetni trg. With controllers always on the prowl, plenty of people end up returning to their cars with fines plastered to their windscreen and even finding that they’ve been towed away.

Mayor Tomislav Tomasevic has expressed on multiple occasions that he isn’t happy with the Zagreb parking situation and that he plans to alter it. Back in March, he investigated the situation across the city more carefully.

“What we actually found is that we currently have close to 2,000 reserved parking spaces across the city centre that were reserved by associations, parties, embassies, state institutions, private companies… all contrary to the regulations. We also found that no records were ever kept about it!” he said during a press conference.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, if the new decision gets the green light at today’s session of the Zagreb City Assembly, the Croatian capital will no longer have four, but five parking zones. A proposal is on the agenda and hopefully coming, according to which “Park & Ride” car parking systems which are popular across Europe would be introduced into the system.

“This type of car park prescribes the preconditions for the establishment of a planned new service that would enable parking with one ticket that also serves for the use of public city transport,” the document explained.


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