Most of the council’s car parks and on-street parking spaces, where the sign reads "pay at machine", can also be paid for via phone.
Parking tariffs for cashless parking can be found on the small, condition of use signs on the street, or will be displayed before paying when booking a parking session.
Cashless parking in Ealing is provided by PayByPhone. Anyone who has a PayByPhone account can use this service. Though their services are available by phone or internet, we recommend using the app as it’s the easiest and quickest way to use PayByPhone. To download the free app please visit www.paybyphone.com/ealing. The app may also be downloaded directly from the App Store or Google Play.
If you have a query about how the PayByPhone system works, would like to request a refund for a PayByPhone session or give feedback on the system, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those who prefer to use cash, some locations also offer access to PayPoint shops, in which a parking session can be booked using cash. Parking sessions can be booked over the counter, in the same way as you’d purchase any other goods from the shop. Location details of PayPoint shops in the borough can be found at consumer.paypoint.com.
Some locations also offer the use of pay and display machines. Tariffs are displayed on the front of the machine. Please note our pay and display machines only accept coins and do not offer change.
More and more motorists are using cashless parking instead of pay and display machines, even in areas where both options are provided. Like many other local authorities in London, Ealing Council is reducing the number of pay & display machines on the street. It is doing this to reduce expenditure on machine maintenance, reduce street clutter (making footways more accessible), and tackle the problem of theft from the machines (and vandalism). The first 57 machines to be removed will be some of the areas where they are least used. We will review the impact of this change periodically before deciding if it worth removing more machines. If you support this change, or object to it, you can let us know at email@example.com.