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Old 06-11-14, 05:16 AM   #1
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Parking in Ft. Lee, NJ?

Any suggestions on where to park in Ft. Lee? I live in Ithaca, NY (about 4 hours North). I want to meet an old friend from Brooklyn and ride up 9W and get lunch in Nyack and take some of the back roads back to Ft. Lee.

We used to park just over the bridge when I lived in Brooklyn but I think I remember reading somewhere that there is no longer free parking anywhere nearby anymore.

Thanks for any suggestions you can give me. This would be during the week.
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Old 06-11-14, 07:52 AM   #2
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You can park on Hudson Terrace which is just north of the GW Bridge. There's a great bike shop Strictly Bicycles there and many park there for weekend rides.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/St...4ca6b1a1?hl=en
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You can park on Hudson Terrace which is just north of the GW Bridge. There's a great bike shop Strictly Bicycles there and many park there for weekend rides.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/St...4ca6b1a1?hl=en
I dont think they want riders parking there. The lot isn't that big. Allison Park, futher north on Hudson Terrace is where I often park
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Not in the cycle shop's lot but on the street. That's where I park.
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Not in the cycle shop's lot but on the street. That's where I park.
Ft Lee has it posted as resident parking by permit only. Don't know if they've been enforcing it or not.
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I work in Leonia and parked on Hudson Terrace a few weeks ago just south of the cycle shop and there was no need for a resident permit.
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