Parking in Lodz

written by Maciek Bogdanski

Lodz Parking Zone is divided into four subzones and four sectors. You don’t need to pay attention to sectors, as they are only important for inhabitants, but below you’ll find information about the subzones: rules, fees and other important information.

Parking zones in Lodz

There are 4 parking zones: A, B, C and D. C and D. In all zones you need to pay for parkin on working days between 8am – 6 pm.

Parking zones in Lodz
Parking zones in Lodz. Source: https://uml.lodz.pl/

A and C zones are the most expensive, the first hour costs 5 PLN, then the price for the next hours differs, but it is on average 5 PLN for each hour. Parking tickets bought in those zones are also valid in B and D zones.

B zone is a bit cheaper. The first hour costs 4 PLN, and then the average price is still about 4 PLN/hour. Parking tickets bought in B zone are also valid in D zone.

D zone is the cheapest one – each hour costs about 3 PLN on average.

If you don’t pay and you are caught, the fine is 200 PLN regardless of the zone.

Paying for parking in Lodz

There are two ways of making the payment: using parking meter of mobile App.

Paying in the parking meter

The procedure of paying in the parking meter is simple:

1. Start the parking fee payment procedure by pressing the “START” button;

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2 Enter the vehicle registration number;

3. Select a form of payment:

Coins: insert the amount corresponding to the declared parking time and confirm with the green button.- coins: insert the amount corresponding to the declared parking time and confirm with the green button.

Card: use the “+” and “-” buttons to set the amount of money corresponding to the declared parking time, confirm with the green button and insert the card into the reader- payment card: use the “+” and “-” buttons to set the amount of money corresponding to the declared parking time, confirm with the green button and insert the card into the reader

4. Take the ticket from the tray. You don’t have to put the ticket in a visible place in the car, although it is recommended to do so.

Paying using the mobile App

You may use several Apps to pay for the parking: AnyPark, CityParkApp, ePARK, FlowbirdParking, Karta Łodzianina, moBILET, MobiParking and mPay. I recommend moBILET App, as it may also be used in other cities in Poland. You need to sign in, charge your account, input your car’s details, and you are ready to park. Depending on the city, MoBILET enables you to use Start/Stop option or set maximum fee.

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