The new multi-storey car park next to Stevenage Railway Station on Lytton Way will be opening this spring and has 622 spaces.

This includes 30 blue badge spaces, with initially 30 spaces available for electric vehicle charging.

Secure cycle parking for 80 bicycles is available, alongside three spaces for larger bicycles, Stevenage Borough Council has confirmed.


The car park replaces the former surface level Railway North car park on Lytton Way, which has been closed since May 2022.

The new multi-storey car park is long-stay, with prices the same as the Railway South car park. See for more information.

Season tickets are available, and can be applied for via, with a discounted rate available for Stevenage residents who are blue badge holders.

"The car park has been designed with the user experience as a priority," Stevenage Borough Council said. 

"This includes no columns, spaces that measure 2.4m x 4.8m, a wide thoroughfare and ramps to suit modern cars, to allow easy manoeuvring. There is a designated pedestrian walkway on every floor."


The car park uses licence plate registration, removing the need for chip coins. Payment is by card.

Payment for charging electric vehicles is taken through the EB Go! app. The charge for electricity will be in addition to the normal daily charges for using the car park.

Free motorbike parking is available in a designated area.