The Parking Authority has moved to its new home at 231 Main Street (2nd floor). The building is located on the south side of the new parking garage in the Municipal lot behind the post office.
THE PALISADES AVENUE FREE FERRY SHUTTLE BUS RESUMES SERVICE MONDAY, MAY 10!
The Parking Authority's Free Ferry Bus Service, which was halted last year during the height of the pandemic, will return on Monday, May 10 providing free AM and PM transportation to Edgewater Ferry Landing via Palisades Avenue. The Fort Lee Parking Authority will run its Palisade Ave Ferry Route with some minor changes. Watch the Fort Lee Parking Authority's video about the new details of this route here.
Although there is no ferry service leaving from Edgewater, New York Waterway will have a bus pick-up commuters from the Edgewater Landing and transport them to Weehawken Port Imperial. Watch Port Imperial's video about the details of this temporary route here.
In the event of bad weather, or other situations that may arise, you are urged to check our home page for messages and alerts, or you may call our office. Be sure to bookmark this web site for your convenience. We recommend signing up for Nixle to get text messages for cancellation and delay alerts. Nixle sign up can be found on the home page of this site.
The schedule can be found under Bus Schedules here.
ABOUT THE FORT LEE PARKING AUTHORITY
The Fort Lee Parking Authority is a statutory parking agency, established in 1954 by the Fort Lee Mayor and Council under N.J.S. 40:11A. The Borough then had a population of approximately 16,000, as compared to the present population estimated at 38,000. The Parking Authority started with five Commissioners.
The Parking Authority of the Borough of Fort Lee is dedicated to promoting the free flow of traffic by providing, managing, and maintaining public street parking; providing the construction of off street parking lots and facilities to relieve traffic congestion that are clean, safe, and affordable. All established parking offers a variety of payment options for the convenience of the general public.
The Parking Authority is committed to providing, managing and maintaining our residents with a leading edge residential parking program; a busing service that affords seniors and other residents the opportunity to be transported to the local ferry landing; medical appointments; super market shopping and mall trips. The Parking Authority is an integral part of all Emergency Management services throughout Fort Lee.
Today, the Parking Authority is involved not only in parking, but over the years at the request of Borough Councils also agreed to:
Provide bus transportation to seniors
Provide non-emergency medical transportation
Provide a main street shuttle for everyone
Provide a ferry shuttle service
Develop and operate a Residential Parking Program
Administer the Borough Street Sweeping Program
Further, it established small off-street parking lots, handicap parking spaces, and is an integral part of the Borough’s Emergency Management Team. All of its services are provided to benefit Fort Lee’s residents and businesses.
The Parking Authority through its appointed Commissioners, Executive Director, and its employees, are devoted to protecting the quality of life for those in the community.
Neil Grant (Chairman, 2021)
Marc D. Macri (Vice Chairman, 2022)
Pat Rumi (Commissioner, 2025)
Michael Klein (Commissioner, 2023)
Richard Radoian (Commissioner, 2024)
Regular meetings of the Fort Lee Parking Authority shall be held on Tuesdays at 4pm on the following dates at the FLPA offices at 231 Main Street, 2nd floor (Guntzer Municipal Lot), or as otherwise indicated.
January 8 (reorganization) - Friday (Senior Center, 319 Main St.) February 9 March 9 April 13 May 11 June 8 July 13 August 10 September 14 October 12 November 9 December 14 December 29 - Wednesday at 12pm (Closing Petty Cash/Cash Drawer)