Coaster Parking Guide by ParkingCarma
Click on a station below for both on and off facility Coaster Parking options
Additional Parking Information
Parking is available free of charge at all stations except downtown San Diego at Santa Fe Depot, where metered parking is available.
At the Oceanside Transit Center, a new 450-space parking structure opened in 2006. This transit center has more than 1200 spaces total. Overnight parking is allowed for up to 72 at the Oceanside Transit Center, but in not in the new parking structure. Long term parking in Oceanside (exceeding 72 hours and up to 2 weeks) requires a Parking Permit that may be obtained onsite from roving NCTD security officers.
At the other stations overnight parking is allowed (except at Old Town) for up to 24 hours only, no long term parking is allowed. Vehicles appearing to be abandoned are subject to tow.
Drivers leave autos at COASTER stations and transit centers "at their own risk." NCTD is not responsible for vandalism or theft. Report of vehicle theft or vandalism should be directed to local Police or Sheriff.
Disclaimer - This page is not currently affiliated with or endorsed by Coaster or The North County Transit District. ParkingCarma is helping people to find parking at or near Coaster stations in order to increase Coaster ridership, thus reducing pollution and congestion.