Parking options for blue badge holders

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If you display your blue badge, you can park for free in any bay at all council car parks, including all Maidenhead town centre car parks, providing you don’t park in a reserved bay, meaning there’s a range of options for different destinations.

There are also bays reserved for blue badge holders in Grove Road, West Street and Hines Meadow car parks for shopping trips. 

You can also park on-street in several locations, including dedicated on-street bays for blue badge holders in Maidenhead – check out the locations on our useful interactive map. (Click on Layers and then select Parking Restrictions - Blue Badge. Other on-street bays are under the general Parking Restrictions tab.)

The Shopmobility Maidenhead scooter hire scheme, run by charity People to Places, is based at 69/71 Queens Walk Mall within the Nicholsons Centre. The Brock Street entrance to the centre can be used as a drop-off point for those unable to walk from the town’s car parks. The nearest parking bay for blue badge holders is on Queen Street.

Outside the railway station, there are a limited number of bays for blue badge holders plus drop-off and pick-up points on the station forecourt.

If your destination is to the southern edge of the town centre, there are dedicated bays at Vicus Way and Stafferton Way, plus dedicated bays for blue badge holders with electric vehicle fast chargers in Vicus Way.