Car Parking in Mumbai – 2019 Revised Pay and Park Locations and Rates

“Need of 2019 is Ample Car Parking at Best Revised Rates. Fast commuting is one of the top priority in any growing city, and with number of cars due to necessity and not just a status in city, the challenges of car parking has come up faster.

BMC along with MSRTC and private firms like UMTC who provide parking solutions keep coming up with Public Parking lots in island city and now as more needed in western and central suburbs.

This article will guide you to those motorcycle and car parking locations with information about pay and park charges per hour / day, parking capacity for BMC approved locations and also detailing other private parking set up around city like malls etc.

We will keep updating this section as and when new information is available..”

Stilt Car Parking
Stilt Car Parking

Updates January 2020

Last year, BMC was in strict and vigorous mode about vehicles parked in radius of 500 meters around No parking / Restricted Public Parking Lots in Mumbai. Penalty costing approximately Rs.4300 for 2 Wheelers and Rs.7500 for Cars (LVM) which includes towing charges are putting big hole on citizens pocket were applied.

As of January 2020, A little relief on charges, yet not be called less. Now the Illegal / Wrong parking penalty in 500 meter radius of Public Parking Lots & BEST Depots will be charges 40 Times the parking charges in that lot.

So if one parked your vehicles illegally around 500 meter radius of PPL which charges Rs.100, Then Rs.100 x 40 = 4000 is the minimum penalty fine one needs to pay. Delaying paying so may increased the charges as per rules.

About 88 private developers (Builders) set up Public Parking Lots for BMC, In City location total 44, Western Route suburban 28 and 16 lots in Eastern Suburban.

So Parking 2 wheelers and 4 wheelers in 500 Meter radius of any Public Parking Lots (PPL) is a lifetime bad memory as road fines are still high. Below are address of those PPL’s to be aware of. (may charge with time)

Public Parking Lots to keep note of and stay away with your vehicles for 500 Meter radius.

  • Worli : Raheja Artesia Tower Worli (Lower Parel Division)
  • Kemp’s Corner : Altamount Road
  • Nepean Sea Road : Runwal Building.
  • Mahalakshmi :LODHA Excelus, NM Joshi Marg, Opposite Apollo Mill Compound, Mahalakshmi.
  • Lower Parel : One Indiabulls Centre, 841, Senapati Bapat Pawar Marg, BDD Chawl, Lower Parel (West).
  • Lower Parel : Free Parking near Kamala Mills, Lower Parel, SB Road.
  • Lower Parel : Free Parking near Indiabulls Finance Center, Lower Parel, SB Road, Kakasaheb Gadgil Marg, Babasaheb Ambedkar Nagar.
  • Lower Parel : Free Parking at World Tower, Lower Parel, SB Road.
  • Bandra : Hill Road Elco Market.
  • Santacruz : Cygnus Tower – Edelweiss, 14, CST Road, Opposite Petrol pump, Kalina, Santacruz East.
  • Santacruz : Insignia Building, 22-167, CST Road, Kolivery Village, Kunchi Kurve Nagar, Kalina, Santacruz East.
  • Andheri : Free Parking at Andheri West Runwal Elegante, P Tandon Marg, Behind Infiniti Mall, Phase D, Lokhandwala Complex, Andheri West.
  • Andheri : Coming up Parking at Andheri West, Near Oshiwara Metro Station.
  • Goregaon : Behind Umiya Mata Temple (Umiyadham Mandir), Vishveshwar Nagar Road, Yashodham, Goregaon East.
  • Goregaon : Topiwala Marg, Near Railway Station, Topiwala Theater Compound, Off. S V Road, Kakaji Nagar, Jawahar Nagar, Goregaon West.
  • Goregaon : Free Parking Near Hub Mall, Goregaon East, Adjacent to National Highway.
  • BorivaliComing up Parking at Borivali West, Club Aquaria.
  • Mulund : Runwal Anthurium, Opposite, Veena Nagar, Mulund West, Mumbai.
  • Mulund : Free Parking at Mulund West, Vikas Palazzo Building, 159-C, Valji Ladha Road, Vishwakarma Nagar.
  • Mulund : Runwal Greens, Mulund Goregaon Link Road, Next to Fortis Hospital, Mulund West.
  • Parel : Kalpataru Avana Building, Dr Walimbe Road.
  • KanjurmargLODHA Supremus, 1408, 14th Floor, Supremus, E-wing, I Think Techno Campus, Kanjur Village Road, Nehru Nagar, Kanjurmarg East.
  • Kurla West : BMC Parking.
  • Kurla West : Near Boomerang Building (On Google Map it Shows Sakinaka, Powai area. Request to please comment if you know perfect location).
  • Sewri : Coming up Parking at Celestia Spaces, Next to Ashok Gardens, Behind, P D’Mello Road, Sewri West, Mumbai.
  • Vikhroli : Free Parking Near R City Mall, Vikhroli West.

Possible Upcoming Public Parking locations with Restrictions

  • Byculla to Sion, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Road.
  • Prabhadevi, Appasaheb Marathe Marg.
  • Mahim, Lady Jamshedji Road.
  • Mulund Gopal Krishna Gokhale Road.
  • Khar and Bandra SV Road area.

Amenity Parking Locations

These are any plots in Mumbai jurisdiction which has reservation applied under DCPR (Development Control & Promotions Regulations). According to rules, the owners have to develop & give 5% to 15% of that plot space for parking and hand it over to BMC. In Return, the developer / owners gets extra FSI in the balance area of plot.

As of August 2019, Mumbai has 19 such Amenity parkings ready but remains vacant due to non operations as no bidder & contractor has shown interest for same for any various reasons. Below are list of such parking space in Mumbai.

Western Railway Route

  • Star Mall, NC Kelkar Road, Kelkar Wadi, Dadar (West), 400028.
  • Kolekalyan Police Colony, Vakola, Santacruz (East).
  • Marol Village, Bori Colony, Marol, Andheri (East), 400059.
  • MIDC Road, Andheri (East). MIDC Also has Road side parking by MCGM.
  • Pawan Dham, Near MCA Ground, Satya Nagar, Kandivali (West), 400067.
  • Shimpoli Market Area, Borivali (West).
  • Rustomjee Complex, 1-20, Rustom Irani Marg, Dahisar (West), 400068.
  • Dalia Industrial Estate, New Link Road, Opposite Laxmi Industrial Estate, Veera Desai Road, Andheri (West), 400053.
  • Opposite Andheri Link Road City mall Area, Andheri (West), 400053.
  • Oberoi Springs, Opposite Citi Mall, New Link Road, Veera Desai Industrial Estate, Andheri (West), 400053.

Central Railway Route

  • Peon Building, Central Route (Byculla).
  • Skyline Oasis, Premier Nathani Road, Khalai Village, Vidyavihar Society, Vidyavihar, Mumbai 400086.
  • Neelkanth Park Co-Operative Housing Society Ltd, Rajawadi Road Number 5, Rajawadi Colony, Vidyavihar, Ghatkopar (East), 400077.
  • Neelyog Square, RB Mehta Road, Patel Chowk, Near Railway Station, Pant Nagar, Ghatkopar (East), 400075.
  • Orchard Residency, LBS Road, Behind R City Mall, Amrut Nagar, Ghatkopar (West), 400086.
  • Somewhere Near Huma Cinema, LBS Road, New Colony, Kanjurmarg (West), 400078.
  • Neptune Magnet Mall, Near Petrol pump, Lal Bahadur Shastri Road, Near Mangatram, Ganesh Nagar, Bhandup (West), 400078.
  • Marathon Cosmos, Off LBS Marg, Moti Nagar, Mulund Colony, Mulund (West), 400082.
  • Phoenix Marketcity Kurla, LBS Road, Kamani, Kurla (West), 400070.

BMC Towing Charges

HMV (Heavy Motor Vehicles like Trucks)

  • Towing Charges : Rs.5000.
  • Fines / Penalty Amount : Rs.10000.
  • Late Payment Fees (Per Day) : Rs.275.
  • Total Maximum Late Payment Penalty Amount : Rs.11000.
  • Total Minimum Fine to Pay : Rs.15000.
  • Total Maximum Amount to Pay : Rs.23,250.

MMV (Medium Motor Vehicles like Tempo)

  • Towing Charges : Rs.3300
  • Fines / Penalty Amount : Rs.7700
  • Late Payment Fees (Per Day) : Rs.220
  • Total Maximum Late Payment Penalty Amount : Rs.8800
  • Total Minimum Fine to Pay : Rs.11000
  • Total Maximum Amount to Pay : Rs.17600

LMV (Light Motor Vehicles, Car & Jeeps etc)

  • Towing Charges : Rs.2500
  • Fines / Penalty Amount : Rs.7500
  • Late Payment Fees (Per Day) : Rs.170
  • Total Maximum Late Payment Penalty Amount : Rs.6800
  • Total Minimum Fine to Pay : Rs.10000
  • Total Maximum Amount to Pay : Rs.15100

3 Wheeler (Auto’s & Other 2 Wheelers with Sidecars)

  • Towing Charges : Rs.1100
  • Fines / Penalty Amount : Rs.6900
  • Late Payment Fees (Per Day) : Rs.140
  • Total Maximum Late Payment Penalty Amount : Rs.5600
  • Total Minimum Fine to Pay : Rs.8000
  • Total Maximum Amount to Pay : Rs.12200

2 Wheeler (Scooters & Motorcycles)

  • Towing Charges : Rs.700
  • Fines / Penalty Amount : Rs.4300
  • Late Payment Fees (Per Day) : Rs.110
  • Total Maximum Late Payment Penalty Amount : Rs.4400
  • Total Minimum Fine to Pay : Rs.5000
  • Total Maximum Amount to Pay : Rs.8300

2018 & Before : As of March 2018, The active 18 Paid Parking Lots by BMC are operational. A strict rules has been implemented for all vehicles to be fined (3 to 4 times more) which parks on street in 500 metre range of these Parking lots.

Many Old residential in south Mumbai do not have parking space inside society and since years they park their vehicles on street. Annoyed and against are those whose residence are in range of 500 metres of this BMC parking lots.

Types Of Car Parking

Stilt : In this type of car parking option, the space is open from almost 2 to 3 side or all. Generally at ground level of housing society with couple of pillars / poles and roof (First Floor generally).

A little above the ground level with proper shade. Generally the parking space has to be purchased separately from builder at fixed one time cost.

Public or Private Garage : This can be a commercial or personal user with locking shutters to safety. Generally used for repairs, park monitoring and luxurious safety parking.

Open System : Like the open and public walking space of housing society, falling under Housing Society Law with fixed monthly charges for Two and Four Wheeler vehicles. This is different from Stilt (Paid Once).

Automated Parking Option : Generally found at luxurious apartments at level above ground with car automatically lifted via special lifts and parked at stilts or common parking space.

Valet Parking : A service generally use by restaurants, hotels and business premises where the visitor done runs and waste time in search of slots. VALET does the job of safe parking as an additional service.

Public Parking : Done by property developer (Private Firm) with 4 extra FSI if the residential projects in South Mumbai is 1000 Square Meter or Double in Suburbs. It benefits both, the builder and BMC who approves for providing such parking service.

MultiLevel Car Parking
Multilevel Car Parking

Multilevel : The most space efficient facility with more then 1, 2 or more level of automated / manual parking system specially build in locations by private firms. or in partnership with BMC. Thousands of car can be safely parked under one roof of specially built structure.

Pay and Park in City

Road Side Illegal Car Parking
Road Side Illegal Car Parking

Street side parking is illegal and so the need of pay and park has arise.

Like in news, parking has always been a problem in South Mumbai and now with growing suburbs, central and western suburban hotspot areas famous for shopping and tourist attractions needs more of easy and affordable car parking options.

The coming up BMC approved Public Private Partnership drive, which is multi level parking facilities at 92 locations across city that will take care of 25,000 vehicles is good enough but for sure will need more of private parking locations at every other corner including the residential gaining locations like Panvel, Navi Mumbai and Far north suburbs like Vasai and Virar.

More lots are coming up soon at locations like Jaslok Hospital at Altamount road and at Central Suburbs gaining residential like Mulund Ghatkopar LBS Marg. In 2009, after the flood havoc of 2006 BMC also came up with emergency flood safe car parking locations around Mumbai.

To keep the traffic balanced, the new location wise price hike which is believed to be +300% in few south Mumbai locations has created another panic for car owners their.

Although as said the charges depends from location to location and the new lawful restrictions of parking outside gate of residential location on public road is by itself a good revenue generation options for BMC, alternate option for legal parking on road if managed well.

MSRDC is currently running about 17 car parking locations specially under Flyovers of Eastern and Western Highways connecting Mumbai city at locations like Vikhroli, Chheda Nagar, Jogeshwari Vikhroli Link Road, Sion and Elphinstone Road, JJ Flyover, Crawford Market. Some 15 convenient parking options near Central and Western Railway station locations are available at Mulund, Khopoli, Panvel, Dahisar and Dahanu Road at present. To keep a note, if one is at locations like Domestic and International Airport in Mumbai, Here are the parking details. One must also know and follow the traffic rules in city.

2014 Updates : 35 Multi Storey Parking with individual location capacity of parking 800 cars are almost approved by civil body, Out of which only 1 is operational as of January 2014 which is at Apollo Mills, Lower Parel (SOBO) and More 3 of such multi-level-parking will be up and running by March 2014 as in news.

Those new 3 locations are at hotspots of Western Suburbs, 1 at Goregaon and 2 more at Andheri Saki Naka. By year end, 8 more operating locations are expected in Mumbai. Online booking for all such car parking locations will be started by BMC for citizen who wants to confirm a parking slot and plan their trip.

Pay Parking Locations

South Mumbai
Western SuburbCentral Suburb

South Mumbai


  • Regal Cinema : Car and Two Wheeler parking available. Charges Rs.20 to Rs.30.

Lower Parel

  • High Street Phoenix : Phoenix Mills, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel (West), Mumbai. 6 Level Car parking with 1100 bays (According to BMC its 920 bays).
  • Apollo Mills Compound : Lower Parel (West).


  • Prabhadevi (Dadar West) : New Prabhadevi Road, Near Marathi Bhavan Rs.50 Daily and Montly pass fees Rs.1500.

Western Suburbs


  • Prabodhankar Thakeray Natyamandir : Capacity of about 100 vehicles (Cars and Bikes) is available near Borivali station (west) at famous drama theater called ‘Prabodhankar Keshav Sitaram Thakeray Natyamandir’.
  • Indraprastha Shopping Mall : Basement and in malls premises car parking facilities available. Location, connected to railway station, Borivali West near platform number 7. Address – Swami Vivekanand Road, Datta Park, Borivali, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400092.
  • Mokhs Plaza Mall : This mall is exactly opposite Indraprastha Shopping at Borivali West.


  • InOrbit Mall : Located at Link Road Malad West, Landmark (Mindspace). It has Open and Basement parking capacity of more than 1000 cars slots/bays.
  • Infinity Mall : Basement, Ground and Level 1 parking for cars and two wheelers available. Address : Infiniti Mall Malad, Link Road, Mindspace, Goregaon, Malad (West), Mumbai 400064. Timings 11:00 Am to 11:00 Pm.
  • HyperCity : Next to Inorbit Mall, Malad Link Road, Malad (West), Timings 10:00 Am to 10:00 Pm.


  • Oberoi Mall East – International Business Park, Oberoi Garden City, Connected to Western Express Highway, Goregaon (East). Multi-Level Bays parking capacity of 840 cars.
  • Oberoi Commerz – With about 400 car slot capacity, Oberoi Commerz is located behind Oberoi mall in Goregaon East. Ground + 2 level of parking available.
  • Bombay Exhibition Centre – Also called ‘Convention Centre’ and famously known as ‘NSE Nesco Center’ located at Western Express Highway, Goregaon East, Mumbai suburb. It has Huge open ground parking facilities with bay marking.


  • S V Road (West) : Dev Plaza, S V Road, Opposite Andheri Fire Brigade Station, Andheri (West), Near Shoppers Stop, Mumbai.
  • Sakinaka : THE QUBE – Marol Village, Sakinaka, Andheri (East), Mumbai. This area is in much need and parking capacity is about 237 car slots and more then 125 for bikes and two wheelers.
  • Juhu : Balraj Sahani Marg, Juhu. Hourly Charges (Rs.65 for cars (Four Wheelers) and Rs.35 for Bikes (Two Wheelers).


  • Bandra Kurla Complex (East) : Block G, C/56, MMRDA TRIDENT BKC, Bandra (East). 850 car bays, 13 Floors and 2 underground basement parking.
  • Kalanagar (East) : Near MHADA office, Bandra (East) Kalanagar. Parking capacity of 50 Cars, 100 Bikes.

Central Suburbs and Thane District

  • No Details Available as of now.

New Parking Lots in Mumbai and Suburban

Like 2017 has practically bought some relief to the worst getting parking situations in Mumbai South and Suburban places, Hope 2018 brings in more relief. Finally 330 new parking lots have been identified and finalized which will be a pay and park with higher rates as detailed on this page, and no more place free to park your cars and bikes. These 330 odd lots will shelter 8 thousand more cars and 9 thousand more two wheelers under BMC parking scheme of Mumbai.

These lots are located at 34 odd locations around Mumbai and suburban areas. Of all these locations, BKC alone is contributing with highest number of new space with thousand new car parking possible inside. Below are details / address of all those locations where new lots are either already started (Not all, Trial started at couple of south Mumbai locations) or very soon can be ready to use.

Below formatted as Parking lots location : Total lots / Total Car accommodation capacity (Source & Courtesy : HT, 4th April 2017)

Colaba : 15 / 440
Azad Maidan : 14 / 275
Kalbadevi : 15 / 280
Pydhonie : 15 / 250
Tardeo : 12 / 275
Malabar Hill : 15 / 60
Nagpada : 15 / 134
Byculla : 5 / 4
Mahim : 15 / 925
Dadar : 16 / 85
Matunga : 16 / 941
Chembur : 5 / 89
Trombay : 3 / 400
Kurla : 12 / 280
Ghatkopar : 9 / 79
Vikhroli : 6 / 0 (No idea how this)
Mankhurd : 2 / 50
Sakinaka : 14 / 535
Bandra : 15 / 532
Santacruz : 6 / 35
Andheri DN Nagar : 9 / 270
Vakola : 8 / 61
Sahar : 11 / 40
BKC : 10 / 1080
Jogeshwari : 14 / 220
Dindoshi : 5 / 70
Malad : 15 / 107
Kandivali : 15 / 198
Borivali : 16 / 301
Dahisar : 15 / 167

Revised Parking Details and Charges 2018

2018 is a great start and like April of 2017 brought in some expected relief from parking problems as BMC has come up with revised charges and ideas on parking slots across city.

As of this update, below are only applicable to commercial premises, which includes all private and government offices and other commercial outlets. Process of getting pay parking slots at around society / residential premise will be possible only when society apply the request to BMC and approvals are given by Traffic police department.

Pay Parking Charges depends on the density (Footfall) of individual commercial location. So BMC have decided to divide and lay charges according to 3 major categories.

Category ‘A’ will be the most crowded with major footfall commercial areas (No details given, But i guess these are locations like BKC, Nariman Point etc) , Category ‘B’ will be comparative moderate crowd and will have general offices and other commercial locations, Similarly Category ‘C’ will be the lowest crowded commercial areas.

Revised Minimum & Maximum Parking Charges (Courtesy, A well sorted Parking charges / rates table by Richa Pinto from times group)

Category ‘A’ Current and Revised Charges (4 Wheeler, Cars etc / 2 Wheeler, Bikes etc)

  • Current Rates : Up to 60 Minutes (Rs.15 / Rs. 2), 1 to 3 Hours ( Rs.20 / Rs.10 ), 3 to 6 Hours (Rs.30 / Rs.15), 6 to 12 Hours (Rs.55 / Rs.20), 12 to 24 Hours (Rs.65 / Rs.25)
  • Revised Rates : Up to 60 Minutes (Rs.60 / Rs.15), 1 to 3 Hours ( Rs.75 / Rs.45 ), 3 to 6 Hours (Rs.105 / Rs.60), 6 to 12 Hours (Rs.180 / Rs.75), 12 to 24 Hours (Rs.210 / Rs.90)
  • Public Holidays & Sundays : Up to 60 Minutes (Rs.30 / Rs.10), 1 to 3 Hours ( Rs.40 / Rs.25 ), 3 to 6 Hours (Rs.55 / Rs.30), 6 to 12 Hours (Rs.90 / Rs.40), 12 to 24 Hours (Rs.105 / Rs.45)
  • 8 Am to 8 Pm (Day time Charges per month) : (Rs.3960 / Rs.1650)
  • 8 Pm to 8 Am (Night time Charges per month) : (Rs.1980 / Rs.825)

Category ‘B’ Current and Revised Charges (4 Wheeler, Cars etc / 2 Wheeler, Bikes etc)

  • Current Rates : Up to 60 Minutes (Rs.15 / Rs.2), 1 to 3 Hours ( Rs.20 / Rs.10 ), 3 to 6 Hours (Rs.30 / Rs.15), 6 to 12 Hours (Rs.55 / Rs.20), 12 to 24 Hours (Rs.65 / Rs.25)
  • Revised Rates : Up to 60 Minutes (Rs.40 / Rs.10), 1 to 3 Hours ( Rs.50 / Rs.25 ), 3 to 6 Hours (Rs.70 / Rs.30), 6 to 12 Hours (Rs.120 / Rs.45), 12 to 24 Hours (Rs.140 / Rs.60). ** Kindly note, there might be little difference here.
  • Public Holidays & Sundays : Up to 60 Minutes (Rs.20 / Rs.5), 1 to 3 Hours ( Rs.25 / Rs.15 ), 3 to 6 Hours (Rs.35 / Rs.20), 6 to 12 Hours (Rs.60 / Rs.25), 12 to 24 Hours (Rs.70 / Rs.30)
  • 8 Am to 8 Pm (Day time Charges per month) : (Rs.2640 / Rs.1100)
  • 8 Pm to 8 Am (Night time Charges per month) : (Rs.1980 / Rs.825)

Category ‘C’ Current and Revised Charges (4 Wheeler, Cars etc / 2 Wheeler, Bikes etc)

  • Current Rates : Up to 60 Minutes (Rs.15 / Rs.2), 1 to 3 Hours ( Rs.20 / Rs.10 ), 3 to 6 Hours (Rs.30 / Rs.15), 6 to 12 Hours (Rs.55 / Rs.20), 12 to 24 Hours (Rs.65 / Rs.25)
  • Revised Rates : Up to 60 Minutes (Rs.20 / Rs.5), 1 to 3 Hours ( Rs.25 / Rs.15 ), 3 to 6 Hours (Rs.35 / Rs.20), 6 to 12 Hours (Rs.60 / Rs.25), 12 to 24 Hours (Rs.70 / Rs.30)
  • Public Holidays & Sundays : Up to 60 Minutes (Rs.10 / Rs.5), 1 to 3 Hours ( Rs.15 / Rs.10 ), 3 to 6 Hours (Rs.20 / Rs.15), 6 to 12 Hours (Rs.30 / Rs.20), 12 to 24 Hours (Rs.35 / Rs.35)
  • 8 Am to 8 Pm (Day time Charges per month) : (Rs.1320 / Rs.550)
  • 8 Pm to 8 Am (Night time Charges per month) : (Rs.660 / Rs.275)

Updated 6th January 2015 : Revised Two Wheeler Parking Charges According to Timings for (2015) for all 92 BMC approved parking lots in 15 wards. Kindly check your zones and wards for actual amounts.

Bike Parking Duration Charges For Next 2 years Charges For 3rd and 4th year.
A Zone B Zone C Zone A Zone B Zone C Zone
Upto 60 Minutes (1 Hour) Rs.15 Rs.10 Rs.5 Rs.20 Rs.15 Rs.10
1 to 3 Hours Rs.45 Rs.30 Rs.15 Rs.50 Rs.35 Rs.20
3 to 6 Hours Rs.60 Rs.40 Rs.20 Rs.70 Rs.45 Rs.25
6 to 12 Hours Rs.75 Rs.50 Rs.25 Rs.85 Rs.55 Rs.30
After 12 Hours Rs.90 Rs.60 Rs.30 Rs.100 Rs.70 Rs.35

Revised Car Parking (Four Wheelers) Charges According to Timings (2015)

Car Parking Duration Charges For Next 2 years Charges For 3rd and 4th year.
A Zone B Zone C Zone A Zone B Zone C Zone
Upto 60 Minutes (1 Hour) Rs.60 Rs.40 Rs.20 Rs.70 Rs.45 Rs.25
1 to 3 Hours Rs.75 Rs.50 Rs.25 Rs.85 Rs.55 Rs.30
3 to 6 Hours Rs.105 Rs.70 Rs.35 Rs.120 Rs.80 Rs.40
6 to 12 Hours Rs.180 Rs.120 Rs.60 Rs.200 Rs.135 Rs.70
After 12 Hours Rs.210 Rs.140 Rs.70 Rs.235 Rs.155 Rs.80

Parking Charges Before 2018

This are the recent charges according to BMC pay and park policy for all the 92 approved lots in Mumbai and Suburbs which is under approval process.

Cars (Four Wheelers) : Total of 3960 permits be given in South Bombay, 1320 in Eastern Suburb and 2640 in Western Suburbs.
Bikes (Two Wheelers) : Total of 1650 permits in SOBO, 550 in Eastern Suburbs and 1100 in Western Suburbs.
Commercial Vehicles : In all the 3 zones as listed below, Commercial vehicles will be charges equally (Per Hour), which are Rs.90 for TRUCK, Rs.30 for Auto and Taxi and Rs.65 for privately owned buses.

Area Location : CST, Cuffe Parade, Nariman Point, Colaba and Churchgate (Highly Commercial area under Zone 1)

Parking Hours Charges (Rs.) Four Wheelers Charges (Rs.) Two Wheelers
1 minute to 1 hour 60 15
1 to 3 Hours 75 45
3 to 5 Hours 105 60
6 to 12 Hours 180 75
More than 12 Hours 350 90

Area Location : Including Western Suburbs public parking, locations like W H marg Churchgate, Regal Cinema area in South Mumbai and Famous Studio location in Worli ( Medium Commercial Small Business Area under Zone 2)

Parking Hours Charges (Rs.) Four Wheelers Charges (Rs.) Two Wheelers
1 minute to 1 hour 40 10
1 to 3 Hours 50 30
3 to 5 Hours 70 40
6 to 12 Hours 120 50
More than 12 Hours 140 60

Area Location : Eastern Suburbs locations like Chembur Maza Lane, Mahul Road Ghatkopar Shopper Stop and other public parking lots (Least Commercial, More residential under Zone 3)

Parking Hours Four Wheelers (Car) Two Wheelers (Bike)
1 minute to 1 hour 20 5
1 to 3 Hours 25 15
3 to 5 Hours 35 20
6 to 12 Hours 60 25
More than 12 Hours 70 30

New Car Parking Rules Started in 2015

Updated 4th January 2015
The parking problems and related challenges have crossed the risky mark in Mumbai and the new rules and policies which were kept on hold till 2013 have been processed and implemented. The trail period of this rules will be 3 months in specific locations of city, categorised as location ‘A’, ‘B’, & ‘C’, details of same are listed below. The new rules brings 300 percent hike in pay parking rates compare to current rates for parking lots authorized by BMC.

The motto of applying such high rates and strict rules in new parking policies is to solve traffic congestion problems along with other challenges like illegal parking. Yearly permits to park a car on road outside once residential complex and housing society boundaries will be charges up to Rs.1800 at prime locations in category ‘A’ which covers area from Colaba to Mahim and similar permit charges at western suburbs residential will be Rs.1200 per year and for Eastern suburbs will be Rs.600 yearly. This rules and charges are for one single car parking slot which will be allocated on road outside every residential localities. As per the new rules the process and permits needed scheme will be called ‘Residential Permit Scheme’ by BMC.

Few Important Questions on Such Rules

  1. First question here is who is going to keep watch on the unused but allocated bay with specific permits given to a car owner ?
  2. Have BMC already arranged share auto stands, share a taxi locations if they want a easy de-congested road ?
  3. What are the systems listed in new rules that secures the parking lots for which a car owner pays this yearly charges ?
  4. Will not people start fighting with each other due to encroachments in paid bays ?
  5. Will it actually help de congestion and solve illegal parking problem ?
  6. Will common man afford such high parking rates ?
  7. Will a middle class person who purchased his car just to get rid of local train crowd agree to take public transport instead ?
  8. Have BMC and other authorized agencies taking care of parking related issues though of “WHAT IF ON A DAY WHEN FOR SOME REASONS PUBLIC TRANSPORT CRASHES” ?
  9. Have they already worked on the encroached footpaths which was shown by leading newspapers like Mid-Day and others.

And i am sure you might have many such questions in mind (Please Comment your Views at End Of this article).

The Parking Location Categories and Hourly Charges / Car

  • Type ‘A’ Category Location (High Congestion Area) = Rs.60 Per Hour.
  • Type ‘B’ Category Location (Moderately Congested Area) = Rs.40 Per Hour.
  • Type ‘C’ Category Location (Low Congestion Area) = Rs.20 Per Hour.
  • If you parked on road side at 5 km radius of BMC authorized parking zones like Multi-Level parkings at Apollo Mills, Lower Parel location then you will pay the highest price which is Rs.80 per hour. Such 47 parking lots are within south Mumbai area of total 92 in city.

As said this policies and parking rules will be implemented on test basis at limited prime locations, majorly in category ‘A’ of city and will soon be applied all over city. Major Business hubs and similar locations in south Mumbai like Nariman Point, Churchgate, Cuffe Parade, Colaba, Bandra Kurla Complex, CST will be under Category ‘A’.

According to new parking policy, Residents parking on road outside society premise will need permit amounting Rs.1800 per month as detailed above already, The scheme is called ‘Residential Permit Scheme’

See also : Monsoon flood safe car parking.

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2 Replies to “Car Parking in Mumbai – 2019 Revised Pay and Park Locations and Rates

  1. Sir,
    I have take 24 h parking 2 Rs. 3120/- fopr a month as in the day time while i am at work i take my car away and in the mean while i park my bike and on return i remove my bike and park my car – Please let vme know if this ok by law as at a time i am parking only one vehicle at a time.

  2. No Need to remember this place manually, you can now directly pre-book and a parking spot on the Park+ app. I have used it in south bombay, not sure if it works in North Bombay.

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