- Commuter Parking Information -



NYC Commuter Benefits


NYC's Commuter Benefits Law takes effect January 1, 2016


Beginning January 1, employers with 20 or more full-time non-union employees in NYC must offer their full-time employees the opportunity to use pre-taxed income to pay for their commute.  Under Federal tax law, employees can deduct up to $130 a month from pre-taxed income to pay for qualified transportation.





On July 1, 2016 the Department of Consumer Affairs may start issuing violations to businesses that do not comply with the law.


The law gives employers a six month grace period - from January 1 to July 1 - to begin offering a commuter benefits program.  Employers will not be subject to penalties for violations that take place before July 1.  The law also gives employers 90 days to correct a violation before the Department of Consumer Affairs is authorized to seek penalties. 




For more information, please contact a PayServ representative, or call 311 (212-NEW-YORK outside NYC), live chat www.nyc.gov/BusinessToolbox, or visit www.nyc.gov/commuterbenefits




PayServ Corporation

445 Route 304

Bardonia, New York 10954





he Town of Tuxedo operates two commuter parking lots for drivers who wish to park and take a train on the New Jersey Transit Main Line, which connects to Secaucus, Hoboken, New York Penn Station, and the PATH

There are two lots: 

Non-Resident & Daily - Lower Lot  Zone 4515 
(off Route 17, on East Village Road, on left just past railroad tracks)

Permit parking ONLY: Spaces 1 - 70.

Overnight parking ONLY: Spaces 102-110.

Daily parking $3.00 flat, 7 days a week. Must pay on-line

Daily parkingmust pay on-line .  click link below.
Pay on line at http://us.parkmobil.com/  reference zone 4515 or call 877-727-5730

Click on the green marker () and click on "directions"  

Resident - Upper Lot (immediately adjacent to the Train Station)

Reserved for Tuxedo Residents who have a Parking Permit.

No daily parking.

You MUST have a valid parking permit to park here or you WILL get a ticket.

Do NOT park at the Post Office and take the train or you WILL get a ticket.

Click HERE to download the Resident Parking Permit Application

Click on the red marker () and click on "directions"  

Web Master,
Jan 12, 2016, 1:29 PM
Web Master,
Jan 12, 2016, 1:29 PM