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Regional Bike Parking Study
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RBPS Workshop DOWNLOADS
Regional Bike Parking PowerPoint with Notes (revised 10/4/13)
Bike Parking Stickers and Signs in Adobe Illustrator Adobe Illustrator source file. You will need the font called "Gotham" to make it look just right. Or, if you don't have that font, you can substitute a similar sans serif font.
A big Thank You! for making
The Regional Bike Parking Study Workshop a success.
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Point2point and Alta Planning held the Regional Bike Parking Study Workshop on Tuesday, September 24th at the Bascom Tykeson Room in the Eugene Library. The results of the study and how we can create better bike parking in the greater Eugene-Springfield-Coburg metro-area were highlighted.
Discussed at the workshop:
Why bike parking is important for businesses, employers, and residents.
What makes bike parking bad, good, or great.
How to select and install high-quality bike parking.
What resources are available for developers, property managers, employers, and advocates.
What LTD, Springfield, and Eugene will be doing to improve bike parking in our region.
Regional Bike Parking Study Overview
Bicycling in the Eugene-Springfield urbanized area helps maintain a well balanced, efficient, and cost effective transportation system. To accommodate today and tomorrow’s bicyclists, ample, safe, secure, and inviting bicycle parking is needed throughout our region.
Lane Transit District’s Point2point, our regional transportation options program, has secured funding for a regional bicycle parking study. The study is measuring short and long term bicycle parking supply and demand, concerns about existing facilities, potential new locations, bicycle parking for transit stations, and development code changes.
- City of Eugene
- City of Springfield
- City of Coburg
- Lane Council of Governments
- Lane County
- Lane Transit District Point2point
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The Interactive on-line Bike Parking Location Web Survey Results Are Available
Lane Transit District’s Regional Bike Parking Study Online Survey results and maps are now available The study greatly benefitted from over 1,000 responses on bicycle parking locations. This information helps the project team understand existing bike parking use patterns and identification of priority areas for future parking installations. Thank you to everyone who took the time to share their thoughts.
For more information or to subscribe to the project email update list, please contact:
Project Manager, Marcia Maffei
e. firstname.lastname@example.org p. 541-682-6206
RBPS Open House Posters
- Study Purpose
- Study Design
- General Approach
- Defining Context
- Bike Parking at Transit Stations - infographic
- Bike Parking at Activity Centers - infographic
- Web Survey Results
- Downtown Recommendations
- Regional Transit Stations and Activity
- Bike Parking Visual Preference Survey Results
- Project Parameters
- Next Steps