Motorcycle is a popularly commuting mode in Chinese Taipei in view of its high mobility and/or accessibility and limited parking space requirement. The huge amount of registered motorcycles and their routine usage for commuting purpose in the metropolitan area have caused significant traffic congestion and safety problems, and their usage costs are unreasonably underestimated. To effectively improve the parking order and reasonably reflect the costs associated with motorcycle usage, starting from December 15, 2004, the Deportment of Transportation (DOT), Taipei City Government has deployed a parking charging scheme on motorcycle users in the business and exhibition area of the Hsin-I district. The purposes of the present research are to comprehend the state-of-the-practice of motorcycle parking charging schemes and management policy in the city of Taipei, and investigate the effects of different pricing schemes on the usage of on-street motorcycle parking and travel behaviors (e.g., mode switch from motorcycle to transit), and the change of social welfare. A comprehensive literature review on auto and/or motorcycle parking is provided to prepare a desirable parking scheme for motorcycle in urban areas.