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Posted on: October 13, 2022

Biketoberfest in Daytona Beach brings increased motorcycle traffic to downtown

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City creates dedicated parking spaces, fees remain in place

The City of St. Augustine will designate parking spaces for motorcycles along Cathedral Pl. through Sunday, October 16, in anticipation of Biketoberfest, Daytona Beach’s annual event. The area coned off for motorcycle parking will be the south side of Cathedral Pl., between Charlotte St. and St. George St. 

Areas set aside for motorcycle parking will be designated with traffic cones and signs stating that those using the space must pay to park. Motorcycle operators are urged to follow this signage when looking for a parking spot, since the designated parking area is subject to slightly change due to other events and flow of traffic.

Parking fees remain in place. So, those using the designated parking area will want to take advantage of the ParkStAug mobile app, which is available from both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, to pay for parking. 

Questions may be directed to the City of St. Augustine Mobility office at 904.825.1090 or via email. Media inquiries may be directed to Melissa Wissel, Communications Director, at 904.293.3307 or via email.


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