BROXTON PUBLIC PARKING LOT
FREE FOR THE FIRST TWO HOURS BEFORE 6PM
$1.50 PER HOUR AFTER, UP TO $9 DAILY MAX
EVENING FLAT RATE IS $3 AFTER 6PM
LOCATED AT 1036 BROXTON AVE.
LOS ANGELES, CA 90024
Think there's no parking in Westwood Village, think again! There are more than 30 parking lots and garages in Westwood but their rates and hours vary.
Real-time on-street parking information is now available in Westwood through ParkMe, the leading provider of real-time parking data. In collaboration with Xerox & LA Express Park, ParkMe has expanded smart parking coverage to this part of Los Angeles to save drivers time and money while eliminating stress as they navigate the crowded streets of Westwood.
See below for detailed live parking structure map.
Benefits of LA Express Park
We all know that Los Angeles has some of the most congested traffic conditions of any city in the world. When drivers cruise around the streets looking for an empty parking space, it has a ripple effect that adds to regional congestion, driver frustration, and pollution.
The LA Express Park’s goal is to make parking easier to find in Westwood. This saves time and helps relieve driver frustration. It also helps the City reduce congestion that costs the public time and money. The City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) understands the challenges that parking presents and has developed a way to make parking more convenient. LA Express Park uses new technologies and good old-fashioned common sense takes the stress out of parking and help relieve traffic congestion.
The Common Sense of Demand-based Pricing
LA Express Park uses a system called demand-based pricing. Demand-based pricing is a concept that has been used for many years by airlines, entertainment venues and professional sports teams. When demand for parking is high, parking rates will go up; and when demand drops off, rates will fall. This use of demand-based pricing will help LADOT better match the supply of on street and garage parking spaces to the demand. In other cities the use of this pricing concept has resulted in motorists making trips at off peak hours rather than when roads are congested and parking spaces in short supply. Varying the price also makes the public more aware of their travel options and as a result, some who now drive may choose to take a bus or train, or even ride their bikes.