Get the convenience of paying for parking with your phone by using the PassportParking app. Get more information about the app and its rollout through the city here.
Bypass the hassle of feeding the parking meter by joining the EasyPark in-vehicle parking meter program. The EasyPark in-vehicle parking meter has many advantages, including only charging you for the time that you actually are parked. Read more about EasyPark here.
Want to contest a parking ticket? Fill out the Parking Appeal Form and return it to the Parking Clerk's office at City Hall. You can access the form here.
If you need to access a Commercial Loading Zone, then you are going to need a Commercial Loading Zone Permit. Fill out the Parking Appeal Form and return it to the Parking Clerk's office at City Hall. You can access the form here.
For those who don't live in town, but want to avoid the hassle of finding a place to park, the Portsmouth Parking Shuttle offers the convenience of getting into downtown without having to scour the streets for a space. You can find more information about the shuttle here.
Are you a college student at UNH? Do you want to get from Portsmouth to Newmarket, Dover, or Rochester? Wildcat Transit can transport you around the region and you don't need to be a Wildcat to ride. More information about routes and pricing can be found here.
Operating since 1982, COAST has transported passengers all around the Seacoast region, offering access to Rockingham and Strafford counties as well as Berwick, Maine. Scheduling, routes, and fee information can be found here.