Most Greater Anglia station car parks are managed by National Car Parks (N.C.P.)
Paying for your parking
To ‘make travel simpler’ we have introduced several different ways to pay for your car parking.
Pay in advance with Parking Season tickets online
If you travel regularly with Greater Anglia you can save money on the daily price of car parking by buying a Car Park Season Ticket.
The following Car Parking Permits are available:
- six monthly
You can buy these for your chosen car park, quickly and easily, through an online car park season ticket service. No physical permit is needed, so you can purchase any time - from when you want to use it, to a month in advance.
Pay on the day with Cash or RingGo cashless parking
If you would rather pay daily for your parking, you can either use RingGo cashless parking (call 020 3046 0010 from your mobile and pay with your credit or debit card), or pay at the machine with coins or a debit card.
- You can pay for your parking on the way to, or even from the train itself
- You don’t need to visit a machine and
- You don’t need a ticket (parking attendants know you have paid by checking your vehicle registration number)
If you haven’t used RingGo before and wish to save time the first time you park, you can pre-register with Ringo online.
When you call to park, you will need to know the relevant four digit RingGo location code, which is shown on signs in the car park and on the RingGo where it works map (use the search box or click on a marker to see the specific code).
For more information about RingGo, FAQs and how it works, please visit the RingGo website.
Car parking prices
Car parking prices can be found in the Station Information section of the website.
Select the station you wish to park at on the interactive route map and click through to view all facilities at that station including car park details and pricing.
Greater Anglia has 50 Park Mark awards at 33 of our station car parks. The Park Mark demonstrates that a car park has measures in place to deter crime and anti-social behaviour, and has been risk assessed by the police, thus making the car park a safer environment for both you and your vehicle.