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Parking

Parking in Kingston’s downtown couldn’t be easier – with nearly 1000 on street spaces in the BIA boundary and nearly 2000 spaces in the surrounding public lots, there are plenty of options to choose from. On street parking ranges from $1 to $1.50 per hour and most parking lots are $1 per hour. City of Kingston lots and privately owned lots also offer monthly parking at reasonable rates within the downtown core area. For a map of on street parking and lots visit the City of Kingston at www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/parking

HonkMobile App

You can now use the HonkMobile app to find and pay for parking at downtown City of Kingston surface lots! Honk lets you pay for parking from the comfort of your vehicle when you arrive in the lot. You can also use it to add more parking time if you need it from wherever you may be. Available at these parking lots: Barrack, Drury, Frontenac, Angrove, Springer Memorial, McKee Memorial, Armstrong Memorial, King/Queen, Ontario/Brock and Upper & Lower Robert Bruce. www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/parking/parking-lots/app-pay

Public Electric Vehicle Charging Network

The City of Kingston has installed a network of electric vehicle charging stations throughout the City at municipal facilities, parking lots and at some on-street parking locations. As of early September, 2018, 30 stations were active and another 18 are scheduled. Several of these locations are, and will be located within the downtown area. Please click on the map below and find our more at cityofkingston.ca/ev

 Map of Electric Vehcile Charging

Kingston Transit

Kingston Transit provides bus service within the urban area of the City of Kingston and, under contract, to the neighbouring community of Amherstview. With a variety of convenient and accessible travel options, it's easy to get you where you want to go. For bus schedule and maps visit the City of Kingston at www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/transit

Kingston Transit also offers a Downtown Kingston! Employer Transpass program! Check out for For Members page for more info.

Cycling

Kingston won Bike-Friendly Community Bronze recognition from the Share the Road Cycling Coalition  in 2012 for investing in its cycling infrastructure. Visit the City of Kingston website for more information on cycling lanes in Kingston www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/getting-around/cycling

Taxis

Kingston has three taxi services and wheelchair accessible taxis:

Amey's Greenwood Taxi 613-546-1111
Kingston and Amherst Taxi Co 613-384-7000 or 613-542-3333
Modern Taxi Cab Limited 613-546-2222

Road Closures & Delays

Please visit the City of Kingston at www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/roads-and-traffic

 

Click here for a map of downtown parking lots. For monthly permits, please contact the City of Kingston directly. Learn more...