Free parking in the inner ring of Hilversum will soon be available Real more with. Attract residents and visitors in this vast area youe with license Or paid parking. Hilversum politicians agree with this adjustment of the parking policy. As a result, streets and neighborhoods should no longer be congested with containerbut you also have to free up space for houses, for example.
No more patchwork of different regimes in the area up to the outer crown (center and shell). This is because residents with sufficient support from their neighbors could knock on the door of the municipality to introduce paid parking in their street or neighborhood. This has happened frequently in recent years, such as in the Electrobuurt and in the Schrijversbuurt.
He result of the biennial trials, all of which have been given permanent status, therein lies the problem moved. Motorists then park their cars in the streets where they don’t have to paywhich again led to calls for a parking regime in these areas. To stop this waterbed effect, regulated parking lots will now be installed everywhere on the inner ring road.
This is a clear intention of the current coalition (Hart voor Hilversum, VVD, GroenLinks and CDA). On Wednesday evening, the city council approved the new parking policy, where the change for this entire areaof which everyone is a part. With this measure, politicians want to ensure less nuisance from parking and crowds, while hoping that spaces will be freed up for greenery, transformer stations or even new homes..
On the map visible via this link you can see in which areas there is now paid parking. A spokesperson for the municipality of Hilversum indicates that the extension to the outer crown for the coming years will extend to:
East: Kamerlingh Onnesweg;
North: Johannes Geradtsweg;
West: The spokesperson cannot yet say how far the expansion will go in the west.
It will take some time before the new parking regime comes into effect. According to municipal planning, the iThe introduction of regulated parking in the so-called expansion zones will take place between January 2024 and November 2025.
If you still want to park your car for free, you can now only do so in the outer belt. “There will always be a number of people who still choose to park their car in the free zone. But by keeping parking permit rates low, this effect is minimized.”
In the coming years, the municipality will monitor the parking pressure in the free parking areas every year. If it is necessary to take action in these streets or neighborhoods, then the church will. “If the pressure proves to be too great there, it may be decided to further enlarge the regulated parking area”, specifies the municipality of Hilversum.
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